Art by Jahbu

The Suri Playground




About this painting:

Riding on majestic African elephants. Suri children enjoy the Omo Valley while playing and collecting planets.

Surma is a collective term for three ethnic groups — Chai, Timaga, and Suri Baale — living in southwestern Ethiopia. Suri is composed of three subgroups; Chai, Timaga, and Baale groups (self-names), politically and territorially different, but all speaking 'South East Surmic' languages within the Nilo-Saharan family, in the Surmic language group, which includes MursiMajang, and Me'en languages. (Wikipedia)

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