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Alert and playful, a beagle gazes at his owner with unfathomable sweetness. The beloved mascot is intelligent, quick to learn and rarely aggressive. Nengah Sudarsana‘s hand-carved mask realistically depicts the dog, while faithfully recreating its colors.
About the Artist: "From an early age I loved natural things -- plants, animals, birds or sea life. When I was still quite young I knew I had an ability to translate nature into artful things of beauty. Although I have no formal art training and work purely from my own inspiration and intuition, I know what looks good and what doesn‘t look right in a carving. I particularly want to create wildlife and other animal themes in an exact, realistic and original way."
The Nengah Sudarsana Artisan Collection is brought to you by Novica in Association with National Geographic. This beautiful piece was handcrafted by Nengah Sudarsana in Indonesia. An artisan story card will be included with your purchase.
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This solemn mask features the grave
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For the Ashanti people of Ghana,
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