Pretty groovy, huh?
Contemporary artist Esther Mahlangu is part of the Ndebele community, who live in Gauteng, South Africa. Inspired by the geometric patterns seen in clothing and jewelry totemic to her tribe, the South Ndebele people, Esther's art is actually quite famous—her work has been exhibited in galleries all over the world. Mahlangu painted the exteriors, interiors and home accessories found in her large art compound in bold, symmetrical designs, an aesthetic that is unmistakably Esther.
Esther sells her art at the compound and features a selection of Ndebele jewelry and tribal headbands, all of which match her signature pattern. Have you seen Esther's art car for BMW?
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