This heron petroglyph is located in an isolated and rarely visited area in the Colorado Plateau, so it has not suffered any vandalism. With about an 8 ft. length and a 6ft. wingspan, this is the finest display of rock art that I have ever seen.
PLANCHE VOTIVE, PEUPLE WAPO, WAPO CREEK, GOLFE DE PAPOUASIE, PAPOUASIE NOUVELLE-GUINÉE SPIRIT BOARD, WAPO PEOPLE, WAPO CREEK, GULF OF PAPUA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA
Shaman’s Costume Late 19th Century to Early 20th Century Mongolia
Baining Mask. Northern New Britain, New Guinea. Tapa cloth stretched on light wood frame with natural pigments. These large masks were worn in nighttime dance ceremonies by the Uramot Baining who live in the mountainous interior of the Gazelle Peninsula. Masked men dance near and in a fire set at in the middle the village. Sick children may be carried into the fire for healing, but women may not touch the masks at any time.
Mask made of wood, pigment, operculum, barkcloth, including bird, fish and snake forms. New Ireland, Papua New Guinea
Sulka Mask from East New britain Papua new Guinea
Papua New Guinea, northern New IrelandMalanggan mask Ozeanische Kunst
A Tuvan shaman in her ceremonial headdress and coat. Photo by Lynn Johnson / National Geographic Stock
Olard Dixon (Elville Chilbiir-Kam) shaman's festival at Tuva