Ancient clay beads, Chad (West Africa), a shell/hair ornament from Sumba (Oceana) on a beaded Maasai (East Africa) necklace next to large silver and coral women’s necklace from Turkistan and a men’s Dinka headdress (North East Africa) are part of the “Art of Adornment” display at the Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County.
Ancient clay beads, Chad (West Africa), a shell/hair ornament from Sumba (Oceana) on a beaded Maasai (East Africa) necklace next to large silver and coral women’s necklace from Turkistan and a men’s Dinka headdress (North East Africa) are part of the “Art of Adornment” display at the Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County. Photo provided
Ancient clay beads, Chad (West Africa), a shell/hair ornament from Sumba (Oceana) on a beaded Maasai (East Africa) necklace next to large silver and coral women’s necklace from Turkistan and a men’s Dinka headdress (North East Africa) are part of the “Art of Adornment” display at the Bellefonte Art Museum for Centre County. Photo provided

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April 11, 2014 12:00 AM

‘Art of Adornment’ display tells part of the human story

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