Fine Arts Tribal drawings. Bushman Studies, including the Kung, an African Tribe

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African Tribal Pencil Drawings

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Mike's African base gave him ready access to the Bushman. His Sketches illustrate a deep respect for Africa's oldest culture & other African Tribes


Sketch - The Finger Piano - musical instrument of many an African Tribe

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Pencil
One of a series of sketches commissioned for the Sound of Africa calendar for the year 2004 each month covering a different African Tribe and their musical instruments.
Moment for pause
2
30mm x 330mm
£50 - Unframed
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Art Print

Drawing - The Drummer - Central to ethnic African music
African Drummer
2
30mm x 330mm
£50 - Unframed
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Pencil Artwork
A universal instrument and central to African music. They can be found in hundreds of different forms in Africa. The large drums often play an important role in ceremony.

Illustration - African Folk Guitar
Folk Guitar
2
30mm x 330mm
£50 - Unframed
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Art Illustration - Pencil
Tribal variations range from sophisticated instruments with a large gourd sound box to the more numerous guitars made with a 5 Litre Oil Can, very effectively forming the body and sound box

Fine Arts Sketch - Ju//Wa Hunter from the Kung African Tribe
Kung Bushman Stalking
280mm x 360mm


Past Work
Pencil
This artwork was commissioned as part of the very successful "African Legacy" calendar 1996. Featured the historical demise of the Bushmen in South Africa and beyond.

Illustration Drawing - Bushman Storyteller
Bushman Storyteller
320mm x 340mm


Past Work
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Pencil
One of several sketches and paintings commissioned for a calendar of African Legends - "African Tales" for the year 1998

Fine Arts Drawing - Bushman in traditional dress
Ra Saokwa - Hunter 1
2
30mm x 330mm
Past Work
Pencil
A study of a Kwa Bushman hunter, named Ra Saokwa, in traditional dress. The Bushman is not strictly a Tribal culture. The have a family/clan structure without leaders or chiefs.
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