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Will the Sun Rise Again Post Covid?!; Lin Barrie, “Hands on Hearts”, acrylic painting on canvas, at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, 2020

In 2020 a global disaster struck, as the virus Covid 19 rapidly became top of the news and top of human concerns worldwide.. here is part of my larger painting, portraying a hand on heart greeting, common to the Changana … Continue reading

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Rembrandt@350 exhibition; Lin Barrie Art, Lions and Life Drawing!

Rembrandt@350 exhibition will be hosted by the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Zimbabwe, and the National Galleries in Harare and Bulawayo.This year marks 350 years since the death of Rembrandt van Rijn, the most famous artist from … Continue reading

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Balance for Better: Art, re-designing the Woman’s Space….

“Balance for Better: Redesigning the Woman’s Space” opened at the Zimbabwe National Gallery last night. I was thrilled to be able to attend;“Thank you National Gallery of Zimbabwe and team for a tight and well-curated art #exhibition , thought-provoking dance and theatre, stimulating company- … Continue reading

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“Waste no Waste: Trash is Treasure”; Recycled Art in a great cause

The Friends of the Gallery (FOG) is an organization of volunteers, working to promote visual art in Zimbabwe. Their main aim is to assist the National Gallery through adding to the permanent collection, supporting maintenance and upkeep of the collection … Continue reading

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The burning of 214 Brooke Drive, and a ‘Woman at the Top’…….

The burning of 214 Brooke Drive: Late on Sunday afternoon, the Borrowdale Brooke Security Gate spotted smoke rising, and dashed to our house… Bruce Douglas and Murray, Helen and Mike Lynton Edwards also spotted the smoke rising from our roof, … Continue reading

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