Black Wood Wall Art(56 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.
I got two of these to decorate a wall in my home. They are well crafted and lovely to look at each day. They make me happy when I see them.
Salihu Ibrahim Hand-carved wood masks and sculptures
"I worked with the chief's head carver for about 15 years, during which time I learned the various styles and techniques of Ashanti and Akwamu traditional methods of wood carving."
"My name is Salihu Ibrahim, and I was born in the eastern region of Ghana in 1964. My father... read more
Popular Black Wood Wall Art
Hand Carved Ebony Wood Map of Africa Wall Art from Ghana, "Delights of Africa"$44.99
Add a cultural accent to the home with this wonderful wall decor from Ghana. Artisan Robert Lanyo uses rich ebony wood in his design, which he carefully hand carves into a silhouette map of Africa with etched hut and coconut tree motifs. The wall art is finished naturally, highlighting the lovely grain of the wood.
Black Suar Wood Mermaid Cat Wall Sculpture from Bali, "Black Mermaid Cat"$64.99
Hands held together in reverence, a mystical mermaid with the head of a cat makes the perfect addition to your home or beach condo. Balinese artisan Nengah Sudarsana creates this sculpture, carved by hand from suar wood and given a stark black finish.
Hand Carved Ebony Wood Map of Africa Wall Art from Ghana, "Map of Africa"$69.99
Add a cultural accent to the home with this wonderful wall decor from Ghana. Artisan Robert Lanyo uses rich ebony wood in his design, which he carefully hand carves into a silhouette map of Africa. The wall art is finished naturally, highlighting the lovely grain of the wood.
Please note that wood color and grain can vary substantially.
Hand Made African Wall Accents (Pair), "Spoon and Fork"$99.99
Sculpted by hand, sese wood intertwines to form the handle of a traditional fork, while a spoon encloses a wood ball. Masks at the top represent the Ghanaian ancestors who used these implements. Chief Carver Nana recreates them as handsome wall sculptures.