Portrait of a man with locs.
Dancing is an integral part of African culture.
In Africa, there are different dances for every occasion. Dance in Africa is not primarily for entertainment but serves in teaching social values, spirituality and serves as a method of reciting and archiving history.
This piece examines Yoruba dance.
This painting explores a mother’s essence which is one of care and nurturing.
A mother’s face is the first thing that a child encounters at birth and through early human life. For this reason, the earliest cultures depicted the mother as the great goddess.
Iya is the word for mother in the Yoruba language.