African Juju Voodoo Art from Cameroon
Juju is a spiritual belief system incorporating objects, such as amulets, and spells used in religious practice, as part of witchcraft in West Africa especially the people of Nigeria and Cameroon. The term has been applied to traditional African religions. In a general sense the term ‘juju’ can be used to refer to magical properties dealing with good luck.
Below, is a selection of paintings by Cameroon artist Angu Walters on the subject of African juju.
Juju Dance Group
Nsognwa tribal dance performance in a Central Africa jungle village.
African Juju Society VII
Painting about African juju, something like voodoo, from Central Africa.
African Juju Society I
African Juju Society is an acrylic painting of a rooster in an African Village and representing voodoo.
African Juju Society V
This is an original painting of a bird representing African voodoo.
African Juju Society VI
This is an original abstract acrylic painting of a rooster and represents African voodoo.
African Juju Society III
Wildly colorful surreal painting of African voodoo that includes a rooster. Oils on Canvas.
African Juju Society II
Here is a painting of a village celebrating African juju which is a kind of voodoo.
African Juju Society VIII
Original painting representing African voodoo.
African Juju Society IV
The African Juju Society IV is a surreal oil painting of a rooster and represents African voodoo.