This work of art is a perfect representation of the Fulani female dancers. They would wear a Fulani short top designed with wool which covers only a part of their body but open their navel. Their hair is well packed with colorful hair bonds while their clothes are colorfully designed with beautiful potters and are worn together with other Fulani costume jewelry.
They dance around carrying a decorated calabash containing cow milk called “Fura/Nunu”.
The Fulani dance is known to be practiced for either ritual celebration or social recreation.
Their dances are also designed to be performed during funeral rites.
The sharo dance is one of the most popular dances among the Fulani’s where people witness the bravery and perseverance of the young and energetic Fulani’s.
This artwork is perfect for every setting and can easily add meaning to a blank space.