Solo Exposition A.F.R.I.K.A.

26 large format paintings , Need to sensitize general population the urgency for the  protection of the African animals. Some paintings have a " Mud Cloth "  background. 

Mud cloth is a cotton fabric with an abundance of cultural significance throughout Africa. In its place of origin, Mali, West Africa, mud cloth is worn by hunters as ritual protection and as a badge of status. Mud cloth also is known as as “Bogolanfini.” In the Bambara language, Bogolanfini is made up of three words: Bogo, meaning “earth” or “mud,” lan, which means “with,” and fini, which translates to “cloth,” which is how the fabric gets its name.