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G182 A Natural Match by Neftali Rojas Morales and German Morales Delgado Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 11.5" x 6"

Size: 11.5" x 6"
SKU: BMH_NRM_9_20181020

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G182 A Natural Match by Neftali Rojas Morales and German Morales Delgado Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 11.5" x 6" Vibrantly painted balsa wood sculptures blend ancestral traditions and ecological sensibility with a modern twist.

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Description G182 A Natural Match by Neftali Rojas Morales and German Morales Delgado Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 11.5" x 6" Vibrantly painted balsa wood sculptures blend ancestral traditions and ecological sensibility with a modern twist.
Short Description G182 A Natural Match by Neftali Rojas Morales and German Morales Delgado Balsa Wood Mask or Totem from Boruca, CR with size 11.5" x 6"
SKU BMH_NRM_9_20181020
Size 11.5" x 6"

Neftali Rojas Morales: Painter

   
      
        ornament artists                
    
    

“Unlike others who started very young, I was older when I started to carve. My first mask turned out so pretty that I fell in love with mask making. Soon after that, I started also painting them and making my own designs.”

Neftali has become an accomplished painter, and the sophistication in this year’s work stands out and has reached a new level! He has been a visiting artist at Selby for eight years, which has offered him extra insight and broadened his artistic horizon. As a child, Neftali loved to paint but had to leave school early to work on his father’s farm. He is the oldest of 11 siblings, and most of them are also artists in this exhibit. In 1998, after seeing the beauty of Francisco’s masks and the opportunity they provided, he began studying mask-making under him. With his masks, he hopes more people will learn about his village, culture, and traditions. 

To see more about Neftali, visit our blog!

 

  

Neftali Rojas Morales: Painter

   
      
        ornament artists                
    
    

“Unlike others who started very young, I was older when I started to carve. My first mask turned out so pretty that I fell in love with mask making. Soon after that, I started also painting them and making my own designs.”

Neftali has become an accomplished painter, and the sophistication in this year’s work stands out and has reached a new level! He has been a visiting artist at Selby for eight years, which has offered him extra insight and broadened his artistic horizon. As a child, Neftali loved to paint but had to leave school early to work on his father’s farm. He is the oldest of 11 siblings, and most of them are also artists in this exhibit. In 1998, after seeing the beauty of Francisco’s masks and the opportunity they provided, he began studying mask-making under him. With his masks, he hopes more people will learn about his village, culture, and traditions. 

To see more about Neftali, visit our blog!