Moon Mask is a fine area rug by American Dakota and First Nations artist and chief Rande Cook. His artwork is in art galleries in the United States and Canada. Also, he is a singer and a dancer. Recently, his collaboration with American Dakota brings some of his designs to their rug collection.
Masks have an important function in tribal ceremonies on the Northwest Coast. The masks have bold, expressive features and help portray characters in ceremonial dances. While only noble families use them. Also, carved out of wood and sometimes decorated with feathers. Moon masks often depict a young male with bird features.