- Open Edition
- Available in a variety of sizes.
- Available as a giclee on paper or a giclee on canvas.
- African Art
- Explores themes of ancestral wisdom.
Within the community, there is a remarkable woman rooted in tradition and spirituality. She is a beacon of wisdom and healing in her community. Her knowledge is vast, encompassing centuries-old herbal remedies, spiritual rituals, and holistic health practices passed down through generations. Her role extends beyond mere physical healing; she is a conduit between the physical and spiritual realms. She navigates the complexities of African spirituality to bring about balance and harmony in her people.
She is a diviner, a spiritual consultant who communicates with the ancestors for guidance and clarity. She holds tight to her traditional beliefs and uses the knowledge and wisdom of the ancestors to help with physical, social, and spiritual dilemmas.
In a world that frequently underestimates the significance of ancestral wisdom, she serves as a living testament to the enduring power and relevance of the knowledge and traditions of bygone eras.
This work of art is available as a giclee on paper or as a giclee on canvas. All giclee on paper prints are printed on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting if desired.
All Giclee on Canvas reproductions are shipped and delivered to you "ready to hang" with a pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.
Note: This is a print-on-demand giclee and expedited shipping is not available for this item. It takes 3 to 7 business days for us to process and ship this item. Please contact our office if you have any questions.
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Samir ShareefSamir Osman Shareef, a Sudanese artist based in Khartoum, uses his artwork as a platform to scrutinize Western civilization through the lens of the African Diaspora. His work, which ranges from traditional oils and acrylics to unconventional media like coffee and pigeon feathers, explores societal evolution and contentious issues such as class politics and sexism. Rather than providing explanations, Shareef encourages viewers to interpret his art based on their perspectives and experiences. A graduate of the Sudan University of Science and Technology, Shareef's work has been showcased in numerous exhibitions, primarily in Khartoum.
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