Only a limited number of 3 prints available.
About the Art
Owé explores proverbs from the Yoruba culture. “Owé” can mean “proverb” or “proverbs”, depending on the context. In each row of this adiré patterned piece, there is a direct translation of a Yoruba proverb, along with an explanation of the translation. For example, direct translation: “The Muslim from Ibadan is like the Sango from Ilorin.” Explanation: “Different people practice their religion differently.”
Also within the pattern Modé plays with different prints of the calla lily flower and the Remington Double Derringer Gun.
About the Print
Artwork is printed on high-quality HP photo paper. The print has an inch white border. Hand signed by the artist.
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