In this painting birds are disguised in the lady’s hair, made with local “Kitenge” Fabric and natural dirt was used to give texture to her hair and the map of Africa hidden in her face to create a harmonious beautiful art work. This strong piece of art work can leave you gazing in wonder...~ Emanuel
Emanuel joined The School of St Jude in 2017 at age 15. He is part of the Msambaa tribe who are an ethnic and linguistic group based in the Usambara Mountains of northeastern Tanzania and in Tanga, among the trading sea port in Tanzania. Throughout his time at St Judes Emanuel has excelled at biology and hopes to one day become a veterinary doctor.
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