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Gallery Delta, Art for Arts Sake….

An impressive and evocative art video from a few years back, by Nigel Hulett of Granadilla Films…memories and inspirations. youtube.com/watch “Gallery Delta, Art for Arts Sake…. “ ..listen to music from such as Hope Masike on Mbira, watch art memories … Continue reading

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The Winged Victory; Flight, Fight and Freedom

I have always collected fallen feathers, and have been drawing feathers, birds, winged forms and flight obsessively ….. I have just realized how influenced I have been in my subconscious by Nike, the winged Greek Goddess of Victory. She has … Continue reading

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Freedom; Thoughts of Flight…

Freedomis an elusive stateconstrainednot only by physical boundariesbut by your mind Lin Barrie Quote from Derek Huggins at Gallery Delta: “The word and subject ‘Freedom’ may be difficult to define and depict. The word freedom is used in many ways, … Continue reading

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Carving Lines

Originally posted on Greg Shaw:
Carving Lines, 2021. Mixed Media, 145 x 75 x 30cm. Photograph, David Brazier This ongoing interrogation into concepts of borders has not, so far, been straightforward. This is not surprising, like any contemplation of ideas…

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Beautiful Struggle and Burnt Offerings

Zimbabwe Johnson Zuze, artist statement: ‘I create art using items of urban junk that collect from street corners and land fills. I give them new existence and present them with a lively presence beyond their primary use into poetic dimension.I … Continue reading

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Living with Cattle and Wildlife; Ecological Dancing…

The meetings of two worlds, Mahenye Community and the Gonarezhou National Park. Cattle skin and kudu horn, products of domesticity and wilderness respectively, unit to create the tools of culture and dance on the sands of the Save River…..an ‘ecological’ … Continue reading

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Home is Where the Heart is; Where the Art is…….

What does home mean to me in these difficult ‘Covid’ times, times of worldwide isolation, restriction, social distancing…?  Home can be a place to retreat to and a place of love, for me a place where I create my Art … Continue reading

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Brave Ground and Baobab Pink; Colour is a Cure for Covid Constipation

Let’s go on a virtual Baobab safari.. a colour adventure… Like me, you must be covid-constipated! …tired of upheavals, lack of travel and covid concerns, let’s be adventurous, explore the world around us through online and virtual safaris! So..Break Brave … Continue reading

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Mosi Oa Tunya Literary Review; African Art and African Writing

The Smoke That THUNDERS!!! MOSI OA TUNYA LITERARY REVIEW I am honoured to be included in the first multi-lingual, pan-African, online literary magazine from Zimbabwe!— Read on http://www.yumpu.com/en/document/read/65274703/issue-1 Read Africa’s latest poetry and stories, view my art….

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Endangered Landscapes – Earthscapes, Skyscapes; Wildscapes, Mindscapes…

Endangered Landscapes – Earthscapes, Skyscapes; Wildscapes, Mindscapes… As an artist and conservationist, living in Zimbabwe, Africa, but having traveled much of the world, my passion is looking at details of the landscape around me, trees; flowers; weather patterns; wildlife; domestic … Continue reading

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