It is both a moment of deep sadness, anger and regret whilst contemplating these atrocities; and a time where we South Africans, as a nation, can use this wisdom, to understand our past and build a better future for all.
Rock Blossoms are a tribute to the rich history of glass and its origins.
The title references a duality, of that what you are seeing being a suggested resemblance of something else, something very familiar in this digital age.
Interaction is of utmost importance in my work, beckoning the spectator to come closer…
We hope that you can join us for these openings or enjoy the exhibitions during their run till mid July.
Ngwenya Glass’ 30th Anniversary International Workshop 3-7 April 2017 One of my highlight of 2017 is to have been part of… Read more Ngwenya Glass Workshop 2017
Glass is part of my life…
This is a short, behind the scenes #LabourOfLove interview for SABC3’s Expresso Show.
The annual SculptX exhibition is on at the Melrose Gallery, Johannesburg. With over fifty contemporary sculptors represented and over 150… Read more SculptX at The Melrose Gallery
I am so stoked to be this week’s #MemberMonday member at the Glass Art Society. It’s a great honour and… Read more Glass Art Society’s #MemberMonday
No book or podcast can replace the real thing though. When the shit hits the fan theories give guidance but action solves the problem.
In past posts I have spoken about pareidolia, or the ability for us to recognise familiarity in things such as… Read more Faces – Features Translating Emotions
I took some shots, looking at details and trimmings. There is something sexy about these old ladies, an allure of days gone past.
Looking in, looking out, looking in…
Two great exhibitions opening 17 May…
I am specifically speaking about the professional fine art space here, where narrative and creative vernacuar is represented within an art gallery environment.