Turkana Jewellery, Lake Turkana, Kenya
This artwork is from the Turkana Collection by South African fine arts photographer David Ballam. It features a portrait of a woman from the semi-nomadic Samburu tribe that lives around Lake Turkana in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley – a remote, vast stretch of water known as The Jade Sea. The jewelry worn by women indicates their status in society.
This image is a landscape orientation
Available in the following options:
Digital Signature placed on the Print. Not Editioned.
The canvas is stretched onto a frame and framed in a reclaimed African wood frame.
Small: 47'' x 31.5''
Large: 74'' x 50''
Unframed original archival paper prints:
Limited Edition, Hand Signed & Embossed.
Standard: 35.5'' X 25''
Large: 43'' X 62.5''
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This artwork is available in 2 sizes and can be ordered as a framed or unframed canvas.
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