Diary of an Adventure, Messing About with Paint

Rhythms of Life

First painting in South Sudan of children and women waiting in the bread queue, when I arrived two years ago. A reflection at this sad time.

Rhythms of life.

Cycles of nature.
Seasons change.
Day follows night.
Moon waxes.
Years pass.
After 2 decades of war, life in South Sudan, begins to revolve around the rhythms of life.
The daily bread queue.
Children waiting.
Without fear.
A brighter future.

Terry-Ellen 2012

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