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Sculpture African Homage Healing dance

Sculpture – Artist Addé – Healing Dance

 

In the Pende culture, illness is represented by a bi-colored pattern, usually black and white, sometimes red and white. Alike the yin/ yang symbol in Asian cultures, the black and white symbolises the fight against illness, emphasized by dancing in the healing process.

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

sculpture by Addé

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5 sculptures by © Addé African Homage gallery

5 Sculptures by Addé, Gallery, African Homage

Praised be the rain > Summonation > Birth of a Baobab > Healing dance > Semaphoric metaphoric bird.
 

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  • Eddie Two Hawks August 2, 2016, 12:32

    fascinating artwork, definitely distinctive

    • Xea B August 2, 2016, 14:39

      Thank you so much Eddie! We deeply appreciate!

  • Johanna Bradley January 2, 2017, 19:17

    Happy 2017 🙂 Keep up the good work!

    • Addé January 3, 2017, 13:33

      Happy new year, Johanna! Thank you for your support! As William of Orange said: “Hope is not necessary to engagement, nor success to perseverance”.

  • Aquileana August 8, 2017, 15:26

    This sculpture is great…It reminds me of the series Twin Peaks, a sort of fantastic “character” called The arm (it is a sort of tree, which identifies itself as the arm … the evolution of the arm: Here is an image https://goo.gl/LWe65j … sending best wishes 😀

    • Addé August 8, 2017, 15:55

      Thank you Aquileana, I understand your perception as, indeed, there is some sort of analogy.

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