White Wall Art(22 items)
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Charming piece of folk art
This tile reminds me of my deep sea fishing trips and evokes a smile and pleasant memories whenever I look at it.
Nice Gift for a Avid Fisherman
This was bought as a gift for a neighbor who would rather fish than eat! It is perfect for his dock. It is rustic and very cute.
Ivan Borges Original woodcut prints
"Despite the recognition of my works, it hasn't been easy to live and raise my family only from my art. But this is what I like to do."
Popular White Wall Art
Hand Made Wood Fish Shaped Nautical Sign from Indonesia, "Gone Fishing"$23.99
This nautical sign is made of albesia wood with an agel grass cord for hanging on a wall. Hand carved by Indonesian artist Putu Suserini, this sign features a fish and the phrase "Gone fishing." This sign is excellent for livening up any home or beach cottage.
Mermaid Cat Wall Sculpture in White and Gold from Bali, "Mermaid Kitty in White"$89.99
Adorning the wall, this curious mermaid cat is sculpture hand-carved of albesia wood by Balinese artisans. Featuring an original design by Nengah Sudarsana, the cat's upper torso features a crackled white finish with a gold-colored tail.
Handmade Vibrant Skull Tin Wall Art from Mexico, "Vibrant Skull"$59.99
Perfect for Halloween or Day of the Dead decor, this festive grinning skull features colorful floral motifs and a cross at the forehead. Mexico's Creative Hands of Oaxaca collective crafts the colorful image of tin in the tradition of Oaxacan handicrafts.
Framed B&W Brazilian Woodcut Print Trio on Ceramic, "Life in the Northeast"$77.99
Black and white woodcut prints depict vignettes of life in Northeastern Brazil. The first, 'Country Courtship,' depicts a couple dallying in a hidden countryside bower in the shade of a cashew tree. Birds serenade them and a lizard watches curiously. Suggesting the Garden of Eden, a serpent slithers up the tree trunk.
The second, 'The Migrants,' shows a family of farm workers on their way to the next job. Carrying his hoe, the father steadies the bundle of belongings his wife balances on her head. Three children catch a ride on the family's horse beneath the tropical sun.
'Dance on the Farm,' the third print, depicts couples dancing to the music of a trio on a weekend in rural Brazil.
Ivan Borges, transfers the images to white ceramic tiles and frames all three in a single composition.
Titled "Namoro do Matuto," "Os Retirantes," and "Forró na Fazenda" in Portuguese.