This body of work illuminates the peoples of Africa, ‘A Rainbow Nation’ of eleven official languages, their history and their spiritual ties to nature.

BAOBAB” meaning upside-down refers to the mighty, indigenous Baobab trees of Southern Africa. Traditional Native Africans believe that it represents our conscience; their branches reaching into the atmosphere, grown and nourished by the multiple elements. 

Roots buried deep in Mother Earth, protected and nurtured as they grow; a reminder representing responsibility to protect this wondrous planet.

Solitary as monuments, ancient, unique and independent, Baobab trees celebrate the very soul & spirit of humankind.