Tribeswoman with headdress.

November 11 2017/20"x30"

Acrylic, Pencil on paper (Mounted on a wooden panel)

Price available upon request.

 

This tribeswoman was born in Colorfreak World and she embodies the spirit of the whole place. You can see it in her colorful clothing and accessories. She naturally has a great sense of color and is little bit proud to show it off.  : I travelled in Laos and Vietnam in 2012. We stayed with one of the Lao hill tribes and every night the tribes' girls started embroidering a beautiful textile for their own outfits. They showed me how they do it and what impressed me was their amazing sense of color. They don't have TV or computers, not even electricity, and many of them had never been outside of the mountain where they live. They  simply learned how to arrange colors naturally from their environment. I got inspired for the colors and outfit of this Colorfreak tribeswoman from their textiles and embroidery. The background is drawn from Western American landscapes.

This tribeswoman was born in Colorfreak World and she embodies the spirit of the whole place. You can see it in her colorful clothing and accessories. She naturally has a great sense of color and is little bit proud to show it off.

: I travelled in Laos and Vietnam in 2012. We stayed with one of the Lao hill tribes and every night the tribes' girls started embroidering a beautiful textile for their own outfits. They showed me how they do it and what impressed me was their amazing sense of color. They don't have TV or computers, not even electricity, and many of them had never been outside of the mountain where they live. They  simply learned how to arrange colors naturally from their environment. I got inspired for the colors and outfit of this Colorfreak tribeswoman from their textiles and embroidery. The background is drawn from Western American landscapes.

How I painted:

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