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Sisters

Kanayo Ede
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A beautiful work of art created by the hands of Nigerian born artisan Kanayo Ede. This image depicts two sisters prepared and clothed for a traditional African ceremony. This work of art has a paper size of 32x22 inches and an image size of 30x20 inches. Acid-Free paper and archival inks were used to ensure vibrant colors and long lasting life. Perfect for fans of African themes and African decor. Add it to your collection today!

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Description
A beautiful work of art created by the hands of Nigerian born artisan Kanayo Ede. This image depicts two sisters prepared and clothed for a traditional African ceremony. This work of art has a paper size of 32x22 inches and an image size of 30x20 inches. Acid-Free paper and archival inks were used to ensure vibrant colors and long lasting life. Perfect for fans of African themes and African decor. Add it to your collection today!
Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 32 inches
Length 22 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU ede-ceremonialsisters
Year Released 2017
Kanayo Ede
Growing up in southeastern Nigeria Kanayo keenly observed the colors and designs on the Dutch-wax fabrics his father,a textile dealer,imported from Holland and this Kanayo says was his introduction to the magic of colors. After obtaining a BFA degree from the University Of Maiduguri in the former ancient Kanem Bornu Empire , he worked as an art instructor at a college of education where he taught human drawing and landscape painting. He left a year later after his national service for MC & A, a Saatchi and Saatchi Advertising agency where he was designer / illustrator and a senior visualizer. Three years later Kanayo packed up and left the country for the United States to paint full time.
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