Spring 2020 Newsletter
Trails Exhibition Invitation
The multidisciplinary exhibition with collaborating artists will open at the beautiful KZNSA Gallery on the 16th of September, follow us for updates.
As experienced by many, lockdown presented a wonderful opportunity to stocktake, gain direction & more specifically, for myself, provided an opportunity to reflect. In this timeframe I created website updates with nifty content to navigate. Going forward, I will be sharing projects & exhibition overviews on this platform under the Insights tab. Should you have a moment to peruse, site experience feedback would be highly appreciated!
SA on the Map I am delighted to share, just prior to lockdown I showcased at AVA Gallery in Cape Town in the Home(lands) Exhibition and a number of works purchased were acquired by international collectors. African artists hold a special place in the art world at large & I am very honoured to say that my work has officially become part of international scene. ABOUT EXHIBITION
Thami Nyele Awards 99.8% Alike selected for the previous Thami Nyele Fine Arts Awards. The piece is currently in the Cape and will be returned to Gauteng in the coming months. This piece is my largest yet and was determined by my vehicle's maximum boot capacity! life of an artist. ORIGINAL ARTWORK
American Arts Incubator in SA
This year, my team was selected for the AAI ZERO1 Sustainability project. As collaborating artists, we have interests in environmental concerns. Saaiqa Ebrahim, Portia Ncwane & myself, Jess Le Roux will be involved in the project. The exhibition will open on the 16th of September at KZNSA. ABOUT THE SHOW
Bridging Disconnectedness Lockdown, a pandemic, a stand still, my artist's purpose and footprint are a few facets which have further influenced mindfulness within my practice of late which will most certainly steer direction going forward. Through these reflections, thoughts and updates I share quick insights into my practice as a creative & new developments. REFLECTIONS Listen, 2018, Ed 4/14, bronze The next edition of Listen is finally complete, the patina was inspired by blue gum trees which have been buzzing with bees around my studio. The piece will become a part of the expanded series - The Senses, which is in the making. ABOUT ARTWORK "He is listening to the earth & knows he is home, his body is imbued with fabric as a notion of mixed cultures which make him him, and this home." ABOUT LISTEN