KASKA | dance of war
kaska is the name of Libyan folklore dance, it is a very old dance of Timihu people, first depiction of this Libyan dance appears on the walls of Egyptian temples five thousand years ago in der albahri, and the Egyptian drawings depict Libyan soldiers dancing a the Kaska, and fighting with sticks, for the sake of water.
The painting shows two sides of the war story, or one that is divided into two contrasting halves of one story, fighting, cruelty and terrorism, and the other side passion, pain and loss due to the war.
first part | 200*200
second part | 200*80
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