“ The great superiority of this parallel world, this universe of shadows, is that they can see man while man cannot see them “ wrote Jean-Marie Le Clézio.
These invisible spirits “ haï“ are found in nature, in animals or in plants.
This mask is made by a Embera women in the heart of the Panamanian tropical forest. After being harvested, palm tree leaves are dried, whitened in the sun and dyed with natural dyes (roots, fruits, wood, seeds or leaves,…).
This excepcional piece of art represents an Aguila Harpía with her baby, for this reasoin we gave it the name oh Hunahpú, god of fertility.
Dim. approximative: 45 x 33 x 46 cm
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