Ghanaian Wood Sculpture(63 items)
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Thank you to the artist of this amazing elephant. I appreciate your wonderful talents. I have a collection of elephant statues and this is my favorite one. It will be special to me always.
This spoon has been beautifully carved and is a piece you will gladly welcome into your home if you are a true lover of African art.
Love this gorilla!
This gorilla was a gift for my wife who loves gorillas. She was so happy when she received him as an anniversary gift. She loves this beautiful carving saying it truly captures the beauty and majesty of these magnificent creatures.
Abdul Aziz Mohamadu Hand-carved African masks
"In 2000, I went into carving and since then I have never regretted it. But I haven't abandoned painting completely either."
Popular Ghanaian Wood Sculpture
Two Wood and Recycled Glass Adinkra Sankofa Bird Sculptures, "Colorful Sankofa"$119.95
Inspired by the Adinkra symbol which means "return and get it," this pair of sculptures is hand-carved of Ghanaian sese wood, depicting two birds that stretch their necks to reach over their backs. One bird has an egg in its mouth and the other has a closed beak. Abdul Aziz Mohamadu designs this pair of sculptures, elaborating each bird with multicolored paints and vibrant, recycled glass beads.
Handmade Ghanaian Ebony Wood and Recycled Glass Sculpture, "Akatua"$129.99
Ghanaian artisan Agnes Amponsah hand carves this graceful sculpture from ebony wood. The sculpture depicts a woman carrying a pot made of recycled, multi-colored beads on her head. A figure of the artisan's own design, Amponsah calls the sculpture , which means "reward" in the Akan language.
Hand Carved Sese Wood and Brass Sculpture from Ghana, "Dwenewoho Statue II"$77.99
From Ghanaian artisan Rita Addo Zakour comes this captivating sculpture of a human figure standing in a thoughtful pose. The sculpture is hand-carved out of sese wood, painted black, and embellished with a kite-shaped brass plate on the figure's abdomen. The artisan names the sculpture , which means "think about yourself" in the Akan language.
Ghanaian Sese Wood Mask Sculpture with Aluminum Plating, "Biakoye Mask"$69.99
Hand-carved from sese wood, this sculpture depicts a beautifully ornamented mask. Ghanaian designer Rita Addo Zakour names this sculpture , an Akan word meaning "one love". The face is painted in subtle tones of green, yellow and white, while the head is crowned in brownish-red. Embossed aluminum plating adorns the mask, which sits on a yellow and black semi-circular base.