The east coast of Africa and west coast of the island of Madagascar seem to come together like jaws, about to chomp the uninhabited islands of Bassas da India, Europa Island, and Juan de Nova, together with the Comoros, all in the middle of the Strait, as well as Mafia, Zanzibar, and Pemba, just off the coast of Tanzania.
The soothing shapes and colors of the Mozambique Channel are contrasted with the angular earthtones of Madagascar and of the Continent, while all the small islands stand out in bright red.
Inhabited islands are outlined while desert isles are not.
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24″x12″ acrylic on stretched canvas, 3/8″ spreaders
(Framed in black 1.5″ deep, black” floater frame”.)