Deep Roots, Camden, London, November 2010
A collection of portraits by Lois Cordelia, inspired by Rastafari and Roots Reggae, were shown as part of "Deep Roots", presented by Djolof Roots Sound (BinghyMan and Friends), a night of conscious roots reggae, dub and African drumming, Sunday 14th November 2010 at the Camden Rock, Camden Town, London, 5pm-2am. Lois also performed a demonstration of her painting technique live in session, completing two further portraits within four hours.
Comments from visitors to "DEEP ROOTS" November 2010:
"All the portraits were instantly recogniseable."
"I saw you start the lion painting, ... and a few minutes later I looked up and it was almost finished - I couldn't believe it!"
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