More ideas from Kan Neled
This 52'' contemporary unity drum represents the importance of people surrounding us and holding us up for success. Hand carved from a tree that has been hollowed out to make this Kpanlogo drum. Two Mask faces are carved on both sides then wrapped with tin and tampered with African animals. It was also crafted in Ghana, West Africa.

This 52'' contemporary unity drum represents the importance of people surrounding us and holding us up for success. Hand carved from a tree that has been hollowed out to make this Kpanlogo drum. Two Mask faces are carved on both sides then wrapped with tin and tampered with African animals. It was also crafted in Ghana, West Africa.

Yoruba Wooden Drum - PF.4700 Origin: Southwestern Nigeria Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD  Dimensions: 24" (61.0cm) high x 17.5" (44.5cm) wide  Collection: African Art Medium: Wood and Animal Hide  $7,500.00  Location: United States

Yoruba Wooden Drum - PF.4700 Origin: Southwestern Nigeria Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD Dimensions: 24" (61.0cm) high x 17.5" (44.5cm) wide Collection: African Art Medium: Wood and Animal Hide $7,500.00 Location: United States

Yoruba Wooden Drum - PF.4700 Origin: Southwestern Nigeria Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD  Dimensions: 24" (61.0cm) high x 17.5" (44.5cm) wide  Collection: African Art Medium: Wood and Animal Hide  $7,500.00  Location: United States

Yoruba Wooden Drum - PF.4700 Origin: Southwestern Nigeria Circa: 19 th Century AD to 20 th Century AD Dimensions: 24" (61.0cm) high x 17.5" (44.5cm) wide Collection: African Art Medium: Wood and Animal Hide $7,500.00 Location: United States

Study of Yoruba drum "for the Oshugbo society". Pattern of geometric figure with face and hands. Raised front base on small wooden pillars. Animal-skin [?] stretched and pegged across top. Plain backdrop. Medium: Gelatin silver print.

Picture of a Yoruba carved wooden drum "for the Oshugbo Society". Relief pattern of geometric figure with face and hands. Raised from base on small wooden pillars. Animal-skin stretched and pegged across top.

Protection Fetishes. Hand sculpted and painted, embedded with protective herbs and part of a limited offering of pieces complete with implements and ritual needed for their awakening.

Hoodoo Magick Rootwork: Hand sculpted and painted, embedded with protective herbs and part of a limited offering of pieces complete with implements and ritual needed for their awakening. By Spiritus Arcanum.

Mythology - Hecate by HewyToonmore

Here is the character reference for my interpretation of Hecate, the Greek Goddess of Magic, Witchcraft and Crossroads, for Mythology.