Native American Hand Made Red Horse Mask w Wooden Stand
Native American artist Evans Flammond Sr., Sicangu Lakota Rosebud Sioux Tribe, hand makes an example of a horse mask. A horse has to have complete trust in you before they will let you put the mask on them.
Evans uses commercially tanned deer leather for the body of the mask. He paints the mask with acrylic paint. He adorns the mask with metal bells, spots, beads and cones. He hangs feathers from the bottom of the mask and adds a cluster of feathers at the top.
He finishes the mask with unfinished buffalo horn caps and then creates a wooden stand for the piece. The piece is signed by the artist.
Height 21 | Width 11 | Deep 20 inches.
All measurements are approximate.
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