We helped a friend today breaking up rocks, cutting his trees and stumps down. He is not well. He is on dialysis. When they named the All Blacks today, I reflected back when Jonah Lomu was in his prime playing for the All Blacks.. With his illness and was able to achieve so much. I remember a few years ago I was carving in a wood symposium way in the mountains of France in a village called St Pierre de Charteruse. Not many people spoke English. When people found out I was from Nouvell Zealand they would say LOMU LOMU and poke their tongues out at me like doing our haka. I was amazed at how much of a legend he was especially way over in France out in the middle of the country. Never forgotten and will always be remembered.
Title:Jonah Lomu Legend
Medium: Oil pastel on paper | Scale: 500mm x 700mm | No: 7 Artwork Project 313
This Artwork is purchasable as: Original Artwork | Prints 1 through to 10 | Prints 11 through to 313