|Dimensions||24 × 36 × 2 in|
The Zaouli Dancer
This is a traditional dancer of the Guro people of the Central Ivory Coast West Africa. Each village has a prized dancer. The mask represents Djela Lou Zaouli. (meaning; the daughter of Djela.). The dancer listens to his drummers and begins stamping his feet in a mesmerizing and hypnotic way, while his upper body remains still. The dance is performed during funerals and celebrations in the village.
- Acrylic|Canvas Framed
- 10”x 14”
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Item condition: New
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