LAZ Mask from Costa Rica

LAZ Mask from Costa Rica

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    These masks are crafted from balsa wood and represent a significant artistic expression of the Boruca, Maléku, and Talamanca indigenous communities. They are predominantly created in the southern region, particularly in the Bruncas de Boruca towns of Buenos Aires de Puntarenas. The designs on these masks feature animals and elements that are integral to the indigenous worldview, making them a classic example of Costa Rican handicrafts.