This imagery formed an intrinsic, historic part of the Embera and Wounaan shaman's rituals. Today these traditional ceremonial masks are decorative pieces handmade by indigenous Indian women. Try to imagine the slow rhythm of this work, imagine rocking in a hammock, the monkeys’ cries in the forest, the birds singing. Allow yourself to be transported by this ambiance. The artist needed time and patience to create this piece. Take the time and feel this yourself.