Komokwa Mask by Jonathan Jacobson
Note: Prices shown are CAD
Another fine example of true Indigenous Art
Very deep and fine carving, the mask itself is very deep, the eyes and cheeks are inlaid with Abalone, painted in very vibrant colors black and blue and read on white, adorned with cedar bark - truly an impressive piece. The wood used is cedar.
It's signed and dated at the back.
Measurements: total incl. cedar bark: 29" tall (74 cm), Mask itself: 14" x 12" x 11" (36 x 31 x 28 cm)
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About This Artist
Jonathan Jacobson is a member of the Kwakwakaw’wakw First Nation, originating from Fort Rupert, a small town on Vancouver Island. Jonathan clearly loves his art and loves to experiment with contemporary colors but also focuses on the...Artist bio and other available works »
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