VILLE DE KISANGANI

Kasongo made his way towards the water front. The place was as usually crowded with people waiting to board their boats for different destinations. It resembled an open air market. People had assembled with all sorts of wares. This was not just a voyage along the Congo River...it would also be an opportunity to make … Continue reading VILLE DE KISANGANI

THE CHEMICAL LEGION: THE CHEMISTRY OF COLOR

They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. But to say the same of paintings would be an understatement. Artists put in hours (if not days and weeks) in the work they do. I remember aspiring to be a pencil artist only to realize that the video tutorials we see on YouTube involve … Continue reading THE CHEMICAL LEGION: THE CHEMISTRY OF COLOR

WATER IS LIFE: THE UNEASE ABOUT ‘RACE’

The death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minessota precipitated a global movement with a life of it's own. Before this event, Black Lives Matter was just an amorphous conglomeration of Black (and a few White, Native and Hispanic) activists agitating for justice for unarmed Black men killed by the police. With the brutal death of … Continue reading WATER IS LIFE: THE UNEASE ABOUT ‘RACE’