Yes, now I see that this surely is not an old piece and probably not
authentic, but I have a nice example to show my art classes and context
to explain it as well!
Thanks for the help, again.
In African_Arts@ yahoogroups. com, "Cathy Davis" <cathywinsor@ ...> wrote:
> The Eket people have lots of workshops for the African Art market but
> generally follow variations on a theme when it comes to the moon
> masks. I expect because the style fits well into any western home
> been widely copied elsewhere. This one hasn't been aged by hours of
> to eliminate the tooling marks or the newly painted look and they
> bothered putting in a well chewed bite bar or spent hours wearing
> to multisize them with a piece of rope but that doesn't detract from
> able to enjoy a cheerful piece of sculpture!