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"Like the roots that nourish the tree I a 'yeyio' mother, nourish my family. My branches spread far and my love encircles the tribe. My husband's first and second wives are as sisters to me and when we are together we dance and sing many beautiful songs thanking Engai for his blessings: 'Give us children. Give us cattle. Our hope is with you always.'" - 11962
NOTES: The vibrant character of the Maasai tribe is reflected in this stunning series of colorful sculptures with the production of Only 1,200 units for the U.S. market. .
Mumbi - Mother's Embrace by Maasai is signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
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As a self-taught artist Stacy Bayne's journey into the art world began in her early 20's. As a model Stacy lived in 5 foreign countries over the next 7 years where she spent every spare weekend in museums around the world. "This allowed me to experience and 'absorb' some of the Greatest Masterworks in History." Fast forward ten years and now a mother of three young children Stacy discovered the world of sculpture. In 1997 "The Maasai Collection" created by Stacy Bayne was released with overwhelming success and was sold in many countries around the world. Today Stacy is proud to introduce her newest work 'Village Life'. The elegant and sophisticated lines of these fine art sculptures are created to celebrate the diversity of culture and village life the world over. The heartbeat of every village lies in each member, for their very existence and that of the community. "Art creates an impact all it's own and is seen differently thru the eyes of those whom see it. I hope that thru my art I am able to honor and celebrate all cultures with dignity and grace and to do my small part to help preserve them. My passion behind my work is to have some effect, no matter how small, to imprint their footsteps into the hearts and minds of others."