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No fire without smoke; palm frond calligraphy

There’s no fire without some smoke- so this is the flip side of part of my huge canvas featured in previous posts -a smoky haze scripted with the burnt frass floating after a burn … using my palm frond calligraphy … Continue reading

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Mosi Oa Tunya Literary Review; African Art and African Writing

The Smoke That THUNDERS!!! MOSI OA TUNYA LITERARY REVIEW I am honoured to be included in the first multi-lingual, pan-African, online literary magazine from Zimbabwe!— Read on http://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/65274703/issue-1 Read Africa’s latest poetry and stories, view my art….

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