MASKS

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.

040.02

FERI

00031 Very large mask

EYABIDA

001B.06 LARGE MASK

LARGE MASK PICUDO

020.04

BEDARA

020.10

PIPOTE

020.11

PIO

020.20

GREY

020.29

TORTÍ

020.31

MURRU

020.35

PUREA

030.05

DOUMA

030.07

CHIFUR

030.09

LAUREL

040.03

PARA

040.05

AÑURE

050.05

GUACO

050.06

IPA

060.04

FAMARA

19.001B.01 Grand

CRESTA

19.021.01 LARGE MASK

TUCAMATI

19.030.15 Medium

QUIMINI

19.060.06 Medium

MIXTA

19.1.510.01 Small

BONGO

19.2.510.15 Small

OREWA

19.2.510.17 Small

PICACHO

19.520.02

PINO

19.520.04 small-Medium

Nabuga

19.520.09 Medium

CORE SAKE

19.520.30 Medium

MOTORROA

19.520.34 Medium

ITUANGO

19.520.52 Medium

PARUMA

2.510.04

CHANGO

2.510.05

ARAMAU

20.001A 02 PAWARA

PAWARA

20.001A.01 LARGE MASK TUCUTI

TUCUTI Lrge

20.020.01 Medium

CHOCLO

20.030.02 Medium

ZIO

20.030.06

TUPISA

20.200.01 SAHILA

SAHILA

20.530. 03

KIMA

20.530. 04

ARUSA

520.01 Small

MAQUENCAL

520.15

TANEL

520.21

BEJUCO

520.27

LAYO

520.28

URI

520.32

JIRU

520.35

FAVAR

520.37

JAMBA

520.38

MOGUE

520.39

CORAL

520.40

MANÍ

520.45

CHOCAO

520.50

MOYEN

520.51

SOURIA

520.54

TULÉ

520.55

CUECA

520.56

LEKE

530.03

YUNO

530.10

CULÍ

530.13

SIARA