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Cyclone Pam II : 13 mars 2015

The painting entitled "Cyclone Pam II: 13 March 2015" shows a mother bending over and praying for her child. The waves crash over her but a palm tree leans over them for protection. The palm tree is Juliette's favourite tree with strong roots that can withstand strong winds. The woman's skirt is modelled on traditional Erromango clothing. On the horizon you can see small crosses representing the lives taken by Cyclone Pam in 2015.

During the cyclone, Juliette and her neighbours took refuge in a container. Pam had moved to Vanuatu overnight and people couldn't see anything - they could only pray. In the morning they came out of the container to see that almost everything was destroyed. There was a hut behind Juliette's workshop, traditionally built using palm trees, and it withstood the cyclone with tall trees on top deflecting the wind. Juliette believes that God heard their prayers and that nature protected them that night.

Atwork's Presentation

Size : -

Category : Aboriginal Art

Year : 2020

Type de support : Painting

Number of prints : 1


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