Fictional Sun Goddess Asis - Derived from the word Asista (meaning the sun), is the sun goddess of the Kalenjin people in western Kenya, whose religion is based upon this one supreme goddess. She bares the symbol of the sun through the curvature of her beaded necklace, her circular braids and the rounded poufs of her hair.
Open edition print. Printed with archival inks on Epson Enhanced Matte, which is a smooth, matte paper. Each print has a white border.
When displayed indoors under glass they have a longevity of greater than 100 years before perceptible fading.