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Wine and Wild Dogs = Art

Lin Barrie artist statement: my large painting titled “Valley, Dreams, Culture”, embraces the wine regions of the Cape – grapevines, history, culture, ecosytems, biodiversity … This artwork is entwined with metallic highlights and tendrils the colours evocative of the bright … Continue reading

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Endangered things; Ebony and Ivory

Much as animal predators utilize their prey, we humans utilize animal parts; we wear leather shoes and belts; many of us eat animal products; we use fats and scents in cosmetic products, skins and horns in musical instruments. Thinking musical … Continue reading

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The Story of “Snare”, a special African wild dog…..

“Snare” – my paintings and sketches before and after removal of the wire around her neck. Continue reading

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