Turkana Jewellery II, 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 a wooden framed canvas, un-stretched unframed canvas or fine art print.
The print is just now at the framer and I am so excited to get it hung. I’ve been eyeing this print for a very long time. What to me so long? Printing is absolutely perfect and I appreciate the finest quality paper.
Thank you Mary - This is truly an exceptional piece and we are sure it will bring you much joy!