Wednesday, August 10, 2011

From Shilo's blog ..

Sukri Bommu Gouda visited  The Vally School in 2006. Shilo Suleman was a student at that time in the Valley School 


Shes from the Haalaki Tribe near Honnavar
her name?
Whilst working with her over a span of four days
discovering her art, her life and her being
Many myths were broken
many moments shared
She too, like me, loved shells above all things as a child.
She played with soil and simplicity.
When I asked her what she thought of me sitting in my jeans infront of her
she said in her native tongue:
"Won't it be difficult crossing the river in those?"

I had to agree.

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