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d'ART ID#: 111257
Length: 6.00 in (15.24 cm)
Height: 8.00 in (20.32 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created: 2004
Media Types:
Ceramic , Mixed Media , Other
Style & Subject:
Fantasy , Folk , Regional
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Ceramic Junkanoo Masks
Green Jeweled Mask
Ceramic Junkanoo Masks
Ceramics/Glass - US $92.00

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GREEN CERAMIC JUNKANOO MASK

"Bahamian Art Masks" by Sonia Isaacs


Size - Face is 8 inches long x 6 inches wide
Hand Painted by Artist Sonia Isaacs 2004
Adorned with colored feathers, ribbons and jewels.
Made in the Bahamas.


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SONIA ISAACS
Sonia Isaacs was born on the Island of New Providence, in the city of Nassau in the Bahamas. She attended Saint Thomas Moore School and Saint Johns College. Sonia studied art history in Rome, Paris, Geneva and London. She also attended Art College in Boston Mass. There she majored in fine arts. After completing college she returned home to pursue a professional career as an artist.
Sonia was the first Bahamian woman to host a one woman exhibition in the united States in New Jersey, this exhibition was done for the Mental health Association of Monmouth county, this charitable event was sponsored by the Magazine “House Beautiful”.
Sonia became the first female artist from the Bahamas to have eight of her paintings published on the cover of six books and two maps.
Dupuch Publications published five covers and two maps. Spectrum Group published “The Islander”, cover by Sonia Isaacs.
Bold, alive colors typify the Artist works. As a mood painter, Sonia adds skill with versatility making a statement of blending colors and textures into uniquely diversified forms.

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