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Helmet Mask Date: 19th–20th century Geography: Mali

Helmet Mask Date: century Geography: Mali

This guide is about making plastic jug masks. Frugal fun masks can be made by with recycled plastic jugs.

Making Plastic Jug Masks

Wall masks made from plastic jugs. Cut tops off jugs as shown in photo. Make a hole at top center and make a string loop for hanging.

african mask craft idea for kids

african mask craft idea for kids fun way in the class to show another cultures art and make it interactive

Historia cronológica de las diferentes máscaras de todo el mundo.

History and Evolution of Mask - Halloween Special [Infographic]

With Halloween around the corner, wearing masks are a common thing. But did you ever wonder about the history of masks? While the oldest preserved mask w.

African Masks 2: Six African

Buy African Masks 2 by Malchev on GraphicRiver. Six African masks. No transparency and gradients used.

BAMANA N'TOMO MASK 2, Mali.  See too the following site for additional African mask images and information: http://www.zyama.com/index.htm

Art and History - Bamana N'tomo Horned Mask Mali

AFRICAN MASKS-BALUBA TRIBE http://www.genuineafrica.com/images/Baluba/Baluba_Mask_2Hugexxxx.jpg

African masks and African statues from the Baluba tribe of Congo. This Baluba Mask measures 13 inches tall.

Art2dye4: Artist in Focus: Pablo Picasso & African Masks

African masks inspired by Pablo Picasso Pablo Picasso was a famous Spanish painter who spent most of his life in Franc.

.. double chocolate beauty... ♡♡

.. double chocolate beauty... ♡♡

Cut paper African masks

Cut paper African masks

Thanks to Tishalou for her awesome post on art from around the world. It inspired my lessons this week! We started some cut paper African masks in grade and they are loving it! The first pictur…

Antelope mask Bobo people, Burkina Fasso 28 inches, painted wood  Two antelope masks, called Kaan, rest between dances. Their ritual role is to remove any vestiges of negative energy that have accumulated in the community since the last harvest.

Antelope mask Bobo people, Burkina Fasso 28 inches, painted wood Two antelope masks, called Kaan, rest between dances. Their ritual role is to remove any vestiges of negative energy that have accumulated in the community since the last harvest.