Sarah's trademark was in using actual Maasai tribe
clothing pieces embedded in her artwork.
News of Sarah
One of our beloved friends & artists, Sarah Shiundu, died on March 8, 2013 in Nairobi hospital after a long illness.
We will miss Sarah's joy & laughter tremendously as she brightened & added happiness to our lives. Sarah's daughter, Rebecca, carries on Sarah's artwork style. She even signs in Sarah's pseudonym, "Sarah Martins." We are happy to have been part of Sarah's life. Our friend, be at Peace...
We are SOLD OUT of Sarah's original works. If you own one, hold onto it.
- Watch our VIDEO INTERVIEW with SARAH SHIUNDU below -
Sarah Shiundu is an African painting artist and makes her contemporary Maasai figures with a combination of banana leaves, feathers, and authentic Maasai shukas. These art materials give her African paintings a unique texture and a 3-D stand out type of feature.
Sarah Shiundu is proud to be an African woman artist and says that she "realized that men were dominating the art world here in Africa. And I said to myself, 'I am going to stand on the platform with them!' I have found equality through it and much motivation from the feedback of visitors to True African Art .com. When people appreciate your African artwork, it really is a big motivation. I am inspired!"
Seeing Sarah Shiundu's African paintings art for the first time makes one see the African woman in a beautiful light. In animated, happy stances, Sarah's simple message of joy and comradeship speaks to the best parts of us all...
|The late Sarah Shiundu's daughter, Rebecca, with Website Owner, Gathinja.||The late Sarah Shiundu, Martin Bulinya, & Website Owner, Gathinja, with Sarah's Granddaughter.|
Other Woman African artist information and links to their Stores can be found at:
Mahlet, Gathinja, Ghada Malik & Many Artists.
Some SOLD Paintings to see:
"A Couple in Conversation"