This Copper Maker Woman Mask or Tłaḵwagila'ogwa is by Kwakwaka'wakw artist Raymond Shaw. The mask is hand-carved in red cedar and painted in red, green, and black acrylic. The mask has been finished with copper and abalone eyes, a copper septum nose ring, abalone earrings, and auburn horsehair.
In Kwakwaka'wakw culture, Tłaḵwagila'ogwa is the Chief of the Undersea People's Wife. He is known as Komokwa or "Copper Maker", while Tłaḵwagila'ogwa means “Born to Be Copper Maker’s Woman.”
Overall the mask is about 12.5 inches or 32 cm long without the horsehair, or about 22 inches or 56 cm with the horsehair. The mask is about 10 inches or 25 centimeters wide, and about 7 inches or 16 centimeters deep.