A unique, highly detailed drawing of Ethiopian Tribeswomen. The women were asking for payment for their photos to be taken as my tourist car passed by them at the side of the road.

I visited Ethiopia in Summer 2015, after meeting the crew behind the BAFTA-nominated Channel 4 documentary "The Tribe"

When I returned I wanted to document the stories of the fascinating women that I had met in a series of drawings. I have returned to Ethiopia twice more, since this first trip and I am planning to return again in October 2018 to exhibit my drawings at a gallery in Addis Ababa.

If you are looking for a unique, possibly controversial (!), piece of art, that is bound to be a talking point, look no further!

It is a large, 119cm x 86cm drawing, framed.

The Primary Photo (above) shows the finished drawing. The other thumbnails show details of the drawing, the drawing in progress and the framed drawing displayed on my easel as well as on display in galleries in South London.

Contact me for shipping details when ordering this product as the standard delivery charges listed elsewhere on this site do not apply to this product. I use a local domestic/interntional art-shipping company and I'll be happy to speak with you to discuss delivery options!

Also available as an A3 size giclee print for £50

Two Hamer Women On the Road to Turmi

£1,500.00Price
  • Contact me for shipping details when ordering this product as the standard delivery charges listed elsewhere on this site do not apply to this product. I use a local domestic/interntional art-shipping company and I'll be happy to speak with you to discuss delivery options!

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