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beautiful artwork by Patrick Dougher

Born and raised in Brooklyn NY, Patrick Dougher is a self-taught Artist, Musician, Poet, Educator & Spiritual Activist.

Through his art Patrick seeks to inspire and to celebrate the noble beauty and divine nature of people of African descent and to connect urban African American culture to its roots in sacred African art, spirituality and ritual.

< I am very grateful for this artwork made by such a brilliant mind and special human being! Merci Patrick >

about.
 

In the greek mythology, Séléné (daughters of the Titans Hypérion and Théia) represent the goddess of the full moon.
Mesmerised by the beauty of this natural satellite of the Earth, Saint-Aimé uses selenography (study of the surface and physical features of the Moon) in her compositions. 

 

“Mare Undarum” explores, like an autobiography the world of lunar seas. 

These large basaltic plains formed by ancient volcanic eruptions and meteorites impacts reveal inevitable flaws and cracks of life…

à propos.
 

Dans la mythologie grecque, Séléné (fille des Titans Hypérion et Théia) représente la déesse de la pleine Lune.
Passionnée par la beauté et la poésie de ce satellite naturel de la Terre, la jeune musicienne s’inspire de la sélénographie (l'étude de la surface et du relief de la Lune) dans ses compositions.

“Mare Undarum” explore tel un récit autobiographique l’univers des mers lunaires. Ces larges plaines basaltiques formées lors d’impact de météorites révèlent chaque faille et inévitables expériences de la vie…

Mathias Lévy: violin / Guillaume Latil: cello
Hermon Mehari: trumpet / Irving Acao: tenor saxophone 
Sonny Troupé: drums & ka / Sélène Saint-Aimé: bass, vocals, compositions, arr.