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African Art Sale On Now

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Hakuna Matata Oil on Canvas

Through out the year we constantly have unique African Art items reduced to clear to make room for new products.

To finish the year off with a bang, simply apply this coupon code African Art when checking out and receive a further 10% off all our sale items already reduced.

That’s 10% off each item purchased up until 10/12/2013.

Remember coupon code African Art.

These are one of a kind items, one available only, so hurry while stocks last and grab yourself or your loved one a unique African gift.

Some of our items include: Tingatinga Art, Batiks, Artifacts, East African Art,

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Orange Figurines Oil on Canvas Tingatinga Art

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Maasai Ceremony Necklace

This is the traditional neck wear that a Maasai women will wear to a celebration or dancing ceremony.

This piece has been hand crafted in Arusha, Tanzania.

It takes one week to complete this amazing piece of Jewelry.

These look absolutely stunning hanging on the wall. To add a little twist to the neck wear you can place you favorite photo behind and hang it on the wall. Looks stunning.

Dimensions. “14.5×14,5”

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Sharing The Work Load African Batik

Happy festive season

Tania Bale

African Art Online.Com

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Tingatinga Art

Tingatinga Art is primarily produced and sold in Tanzania. Although some artists are traveling and starting to take their art further a field.

It all started with a man called Eduardo Saidi Tingatinga, born in 1932 in a Namochelia village (which does not exist today). It was near Mindu and Nakapanya village, ca 70 km east of Tunduru town.

Eduardo Saidi Tingatinga was a self taught painter, with only 4 years of primary school education. He was just starting to receive recognition for his square board-paintings, when his life was cut short in 1972, he was mistaken for a fleeing thief and fatally shot by the police. Before he died he started to attracted young followers wanting to imitate his style. Today Tingatinga thrives. You will never see massed produced Tingatinga Art.

Please visit us to view a wonderful collection of original Tingatinga Art.

Regards

Tania Bale

African Art Online.Com

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Tinga Tinga Tales Why Does An Elephant Have A Trunk?

Have you often wondered why the Elephant has a long trunk, or why a Tortoise has a broken shell… a pre-school series, Tinga Tinga Tales reveals all.

Each film will be told in a traditional storytelling way of how the animal came to be.

52 x 11 minute episodes released in February 2010, on the television network Cbeebies UK. Produced on location in Kenya by Tiger Aspect Productions in conjunction with Homeboyz Entertainment, the show draws upon the inspiring talent of local artists and musicians and is expertly computer-animated using beautiful, hand-painted imagery.

50 African animators, illustrators, artists, designers, editors, audio technicians, production staff and musicians have bought a show together called Tinga Tinga Tales.

African Tinagtinga Art is primarily produced and sold from East Africa. The artist often paints bright, vibrant folk like animated animals. Tinga Tinga artwork originated from African artist Eduardo Saidi Tingatinga in 1960 in Tanzania. Eduardo Saidi Tingatinga was a self taught painter, with only 4 years of primary school education. He was just starting to receive recognition for his square board-paintings, when his life was cut short in 1972, Eduardo was mistaken for a fleeing thief and fatally shot by the police. Before he died he started to attracted young followers wanting to imitate his style.

That’s when the Tingtinga Arts Co-Operative Society was formed. (TACS) The Tingatinga Arts Co-operative Society in Dar es Salaam was the visual inspiration for Tinga Tinga Tales. Members of TACS have taught many artists who have gone on to become recognized masters in their field. Some painters have moved to other parts of Tanzania and even abroad. No matter where these artists reside they remain linked to each other and to their homeland by family, friendship and, of course, their beautiful artwork. Traditional Tingatinga Art is painted using bright enamel bicycle paint, making these paintings extremely hardy to last a life time. Tingatinga Art is extremely popular with tourists becoming commonly known as “Airport Art”

Children will be fascinated of how the animals came to be. Tingatinga Tales is an education filled with laughter and joy.

P.S. Suitable for the whole family.

All the best
Tania Bale
African Art Online.Com

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