19th century lower Sepik figure, collected 1909.
8 in (W) x 12 in (L) x 4 in (H)
specializing in museum-quality Oceanic Art-those traditional tribal objects from the South Pacific region that through the creativity of their maker have passed from artifact into the realm of art. While I have a master's degree in African and Oceanic art history from the University of California at Santa Barbara, I credit the bulk of my expertise to the 46 extended field-collecting trips into the more remote areas of Papua New Guinea
New Guinea clamshell currency ring
Gulf feast bowl
360 Palos Verdes Drive West
Palos Verdes, California