Cosmic Serpent,  from exhibit  Tribal Portraits , Salt Lake City Library, 2007

Cosmic Serpent, from exhibit Tribal Portraits, Salt Lake City Library, 2007

 Janjaweed: Devil Horse, 72" x 84", acrylic on canvas  This Painting represents the Sudanese Arab Muslims raiding the South Sudanese African Muslims   
  
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   This exhibit, Tribal Portrait, observes the destructive and restorative cycles that we as humans have perpetuated since the beginning:  War, Brutality, Greed, Hope, Redemption, Purification and Rebirth.    

Janjaweed: Devil Horse, 72" x 84", acrylic on canvas

This Painting represents the Sudanese Arab Muslims raiding the South Sudanese African Muslims

This exhibit, Tribal Portrait, observes the destructive and restorative cycles that we as humans have perpetuated since the beginning:  War, Brutality, Greed, Hope, Redemption, Purification and Rebirth.

 

  Hope,  72" x 84 ", acrylic / areosol on canvas . This painting is about a young woman in Sudan who stands in her torn white dress vowing to avoid rape. She is gesturally quieting violence. Women and girls are the hope of Sudan and Africa..

Hope, 72" x 84 ", acrylic / areosol on canvas . This painting is about a young woman in Sudan who stands in her torn white dress vowing to avoid rape. She is gesturally quieting violence. Women and girls are the hope of Sudan and Africa..

  No God , But God, installation in the exhibit  Tribal Portrait , Salt Lake City Main Gallery, 2007

No God, But God, installation in the exhibit Tribal Portrait, Salt Lake City Main Gallery, 2007