The women in the area of the Upper Omo valley are traditionally known for their lip plates and intricate scarification patterns on their skin, all for beautification. The women and children often decorate themselves with white clay patterns and flowers on their head. Traditionally the Suri women take care of the household and child rearing and tend to fields of sorghum, maize, beans and tobacco.
- All prints are signed by Louisa Seton
- Production time is 5 to 7 days not including shipping time. Shipping estimate is provided on check out page
- Shipping is worldwide
- All prints are custom printed per order received
- All photographs are printed on archival cotton rag paper
- Print sizes in the drop-down menu corresponding to the actual image size. Surrounding each image is an additional white border making the print much larger in actual size.
- Print is unframed, please contact us to discuss if you would like your print framed we will happily supply you with a quote.