Adorned with richly embossed aluminum, this elegant African mask is designed by Rita Addo Zakour. "The people of Kokobene in the central region of Ghana believe that if a man goes to the farm continuously during the week and meets a woman on his fourth day, this brings them luck. It its also a sign they will have a good harvest," she says. The rich beauty of aluminum repoussé enhances the mask.
I was unprepared for how beautiful these masks are (Be Patient and Kokobene Luck). They were purchased to hang on a wall in the main living area and they bring a sense of joy to the space. They help tie together other high quality African art that is scattered around a very open area.
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