The images below showcase masks, male figures and vases created by Naida.
These masks were influenced by Naida's love of primitive art. Metal filings, found in a local machine shop, make these pieces more contemporary.
Naida often includes hands as a design element because of their importance in the sculptor's creative process.
Ear rings, hair and feathers give these men a joyful presence.
These pieces gave Naida a chance to play with different facial expressions and work with adding paint and found objects.
With these pieces the owner becomes a part of the creative process by adding live flowers as head dresses. The lack of color in the vase is intentional, giving a plain background to highlight the color of the flowers.