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G314 "Belleza en Caño Negro" (Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica) by Marcos Rojas Morales and Hector Lazaro Moralez; Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 14.5" x 6.5"

Size: 14.5" x 6.5"
SKU: BMH_MRM_15_20181005

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G314 "Belleza en Caño Negro" (Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica) by Marcos Rojas Morales and Hector Lazaro Moralez Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 14.5" x 6.5" Vibrantly painted balsa wood sculptures blend ancestral traditions and ecological sensibility with a modern twist.

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Description G314 "Belleza en Caño Negro" (Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica) by Marcos Rojas Morales and Hector Lazaro Moralez Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 14.5" x 6.5" Vibrantly painted balsa wood sculptures blend ancestral traditions and ecological sensibility with a modern twist.
Short Description G314 "Belleza en Caño Negro" (Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica) by Marcos Rojas Morales and Hector Lazaro Moralez; Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 14.5" x 6.5"
SKU BMH_MRM_15_20181005
Size 14.5" x 6.5"

Marcos Rojas Morales: Painter

   
      
        ornament artists                
    
    

“Creating these masks allows me to discover myself--and my culture. I was fortunate to study mask making under Don Ismael, the great teacher. Eventually, in the mid-1990s after seeing how the new colorful masks grew in popularity, I taught myself how to paint.”  

Marcos is a master Borucan artist, equipped with a bold imagination, years of carving experience, and exceptional painting skills. He is also an ambassador for Boruca, exhibiting his work throughout Costa Rica and actively promoting his tribe’s cultural heritage. Together with his brothers, he dreams of building an eco-lodge to help generate more tourism for his village.

To see more about Marcos, visit our blog!

  

Marcos Rojas Morales: Painter

   
      
        ornament artists                
    
    

“Creating these masks allows me to discover myself--and my culture. I was fortunate to study mask making under Don Ismael, the great teacher. Eventually, in the mid-1990s after seeing how the new colorful masks grew in popularity, I taught myself how to paint.”  

Marcos is a master Borucan artist, equipped with a bold imagination, years of carving experience, and exceptional painting skills. He is also an ambassador for Boruca, exhibiting his work throughout Costa Rica and actively promoting his tribe’s cultural heritage. Together with his brothers, he dreams of building an eco-lodge to help generate more tourism for his village.

To see more about Marcos, visit our blog!