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Art: The sultry mystic Gods and Goddesses of Alberto del Pozo

The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería.

The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería. There ar.

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but does it float Belonging to the Saints Drawings by Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería

Babalú Aye by Alberto del Pozo (1945-1992). "Also known as Chopono, this fearsome God is always accompanied by two yellow spotted dogs. His messengers are flies and mosquitoes. He moves on crutches and accompanies the dead to their burial; yet he has a deep understanding for mankind and cures illness, especially diseases of the skin."

Alberto del Pozo's Deities

The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería. There ar.

Ibeyi

Ibeyi are Taibo and Kainde, the twin sons of Changó and Ochún. Princes of mischief, they sometimes disguise themselves as little girls. They represent fortune and good luck, and must always remain tied together to avoid losing their power.

Harry Clarke. fairytales284a

Harry Clarke. fairytales284a

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The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería.

The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería.  Santería refers to the Afro-Cuban practice of Lucumí or Regla de Ocha, a religious system originating with the African Yoruba people.

Echú Eleguá by Alberto del Pozo [Miami, ca.), at University of Miami's Cuban Heritage College

The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería. There ar...

Alberto del Pozo's Deities

The Orichas Collection consists of the series of drawings by Cuban-born artist Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería. There ar.

A nicely balanced mix of moody, groovy tunes that seem to come from no time or place and are almost recognizable—sorta like tuning into a radio station that plays all the hits from an alternate reality.

A nicely balanced mix of moody, groovy tunes that seem to come from no time or place and are almost recognizable—sorta like tuning into a radio station that plays all the hits from an alternate reality.

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John Biggers, Untitled   In this highly symbolic painting, three generations of a Southern black family emerge from a pool of water, a reference to both ritual purification and the primordial beginnings of life. Flanked by monumental female figures -- symbolic perhaps of maternal Africa -- this community stands together facing the dawn.

John Biggers, Untitled In this highly symbolic painting, three generations of…

Drawings by Alberto del Pozo. Principal gods and goddesses that comprise the Afro-Cuban version of Santería.

but does it float- Belonging to the Saints Drawings by Alberto del Pozo of the deities of Afro-Cuban Santería

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