Aaron Bevan-Bailey



Portrait of a woman from the Samburu tribe. Their culture is steeped in ceremony and prayer. In the evening the women would sing prayers of thanks before eating in appreciation for the days abundance.

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SIZE: 125cm x 105cm
MEDIUM: Acrylics, Oil
SUBJECT: Portraits & People
SCALE: Large
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Aaron Bevan-Bailey

Aaron is a self taught multidisiplinary artist from Brixton South London. His ethnographic works merge traditional portraiture and abstract graphics.