Sirenas Art Print
Sirenas Art Print

Sirenas Art Print

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Sirenas (Mermaids) Art Print 

This Mermaid is the cutest art print that will look great in a gallery wall, bathroom, office, anywhere you want to add a little Oshun Energy! (Yoruba goddess of sensuality)

Kenya Josiah is a figurative artist who works with acrylic paint. Her work is rooted in exploring the diversity of Black womanhood and celebrating her Jamaican and Guyanese heritage. 

Available in A4 and A3

Why it's on The Cornrow

The Cornrow are always on the hunt for art that celebrates heritage across the far reaching Black Diaspora. Kenny Josiah is an artist of Guyanese heritage whose work we adore.  The colour palette is unexpected and her work has such joy and movement.

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Kenya Josiah

Kenya is a talented figurative artist who employs acrylic paint as her medium of choice. Her work delves into the multifaceted nature of Black womanhood and highlights the beauty in narratives that have often been overlooked by society. Her artwork portrays Black women who serve as reflections of the figures in her community, symbolizing empowerment and self-love. Through her art, Kenya explores the themes of dance, movement, joy, and human connection in everyday life. Drawing inspiration from her Jamaican and Guyanese heritage, her work showcases rich Caribbean colors and is heavily influenced by handwoven textiles, nature, and Brazilian naive art. Each painting she creates is intended as a celebration of culture.

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