A quick sketch showing the great singer Cesária Évora flying above her island in Cape Verde, Western Africa (if you wish, you can view some details here). Cesária Évora is a Cape Verdean popular singer, nicknamed the "barefoot diva" for performing without shoes. She is perhaps the best internationally known practitioner of a mournful genre of blues music known as "Morna". Morna is based on the Portuguese fado and features bluesy vocals set against a background of acoustic guitars, fiddles, accordion, and cavaquinho, which is a small, four-string guitar. Évora has been described as a cross between Edith Piaf and Billie Holiday.

Made for "Art Official Concept", an art gallery based in Cape Verde.