Market Vendors, Senegal

Painting Description

As a regular customer at the Waterloo Farmers Market, I couldn’’t help but contrast ‘my market’ to the ladies who gather in the village square to sell their meager supply of fruits and vegetables. This produce must come from gardens that are watered by hand because the blazing temperature in Sub-Sahara Africa would burn out a garden in a thrice. Obviously the bright patches of eye delighting colour also provide a strong contrast to the somber colours of the Mennonites with which I am so familiar. See also: Image #2619 Attendant, Senegal and Image #2620 Laundresses, Senegal.

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Additional information

SEASON

Spring

MEDIUM VALUE

Acrylic

BASE VALUE

Masonite

ORIGINAL SIZE

8" x 10"

YEAR

2002

LOCATION

Other Travels

IMAGE ID

2621

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