African Batiks: Batik Paintings are produced by brushing
molten wax onto a piece of cloth. The cloth is then painted with or dipped into a dye that adheres to areas not covered by
the wax. The wax is then removed, and the process repeated for each color used. It is an exceptionally time consuming process
that yields an exceptionally high quality work of art. It is known that Picasso was heavily influenced by abstract African
art of this style.