"Muang Ngoi Neua village along the banks of the Nam Ou River" is a soft pastel painting inspired by Terry Donohue's travels in Lao. This is an area that suffered greatly during the Vietnam and IndoChina wars, enduring millions of cluster bombs dropped in Laos. The people of villages like Muang Ngoi Neua have used these bomb shell casings as boats, water troughs, poles and steps among other things.
This is a print from the original pastel painting on a gallery wrap canvas in a floating frame. Detailed, vibrant color, high quality 100% cotton canvas.