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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Wordless Wednesday ~ Nicaraguan Art

This summer Tom went to Costa Rica and Nicaragua on vacation. Because I decided to go to BlogHer in San Diego, I didn't go with him. But he brought back some interesting pieces to add to our already very very eclectic art collection. I love the mask. It is so funky and goes with the other masks we have. We are so not religious but somehow we both love the angel and I am a cross fiend for some weird reason. I have tons of crosses that I have collected from all over.







20 comments:

  1. Oh they're so pretty! I love them all!

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  2. Awesome mask, I really like that. Those are some very cool pieces.

    Happy WW!

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  3. How ironic that you like traditionally religious symbols! Oh how you march to your own drum, woman.

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  4. How pretty! It must be really fun searching for the perfect pieces to add to your collections!

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  5. That's an amazing mask! And it's cool to be able to collect things from around the world!

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  6. That cross is gorgeous! I am not religious either but I think crosses are pretty!

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  7. Stunning- love the mask, especially.

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  8. These look great, I love the mask because the colors are so bright.

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  9. Very nice! I love seeing art from different countries.

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  10. I LOVE the first mask. AMAZING!
    Kas

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  11. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Costa Rica, it's been years since i went on a mission trip there but would love to go back. my mom just got back from Nicaraugua in August as well. Love seeing those kind of things!

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  12. I LOVE LOVE LOVE Costa Rica, it's been years since i went on a mission trip there but would love to go back. my mom just got back from Nicaraugua in August as well. Love seeing those kind of things!

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  13. Very cool! He has great taste :) Love how the angel is sitting so you can put her up on a shelf or mantel. Unique!

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