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This batik shows the direction that Dominic's batik art is taking in this new year. There is going to be a lot of emphasis on detail and color variation but keeping within the trademark style of his art. This is an upgraded version of GIFTS FOR HER that he first did in 2009. The photo was taken with the batik hanging on a line after ironing out the wax.

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Joanne said…
I am a huge fan of Lukandwa Dominic's work. His art is more that a fabulous use of color and a sensitive manner of designing. He brings out the integrity and inner strength of his subjects - through that use of his own talent is the basis of the power and greatness of his work.

All My Best,
Joanne Gigliotti,
BatikTile Artist, USA

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