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A conversation with Xolile Mtakatya

The Cape Gallery, Sheila: Hello Xolile! Xolile: Hi, I’m ready! I’ve just finished cooking for my uncle who came for lunch. Sheila: Do you remember me? I’m Gail’s daughter, I’ve been working with her for a year and a half, I … Continue reading

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Maureen Quin Tour Germany Sweden 2018

Germany / Sweden Tour MAUREEN QUIN: “THE HUNT” (HUNT) 14 Sculptures Exhibited at The Dagmar Glemme Gallery, Helsinborg, Sweden Grand opening Saturday September 15 by Viveka Bosson (Translated from Swedish) Maureen Quin is an award-winning artist in both Europe and … Continue reading

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The Hunt a series of bronzes by Maureen Quin

  The Cape Gallery Review of  “The Hunt”  February 2019, by Gail Dorje  Maureen Quin began a body of work she subsequently titled ‘The Hunt’ in the 1990s, shortly after her return from her residency in the Cité des Internationale, … Continue reading

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Rosemary Lapping-Sellars

Looking back at Rosemary’s unique view on form, functionality and the fine line between art and craft Rosemary Lapping Sellars has made an ongoing and valuable contribution to South African Ceramics.  As a brief introduction I am drawing from the … Continue reading

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My Grand Tour

Paintings by Annari van der Merwe It is not surprising to learn that Annari has a long history in literature, especially in the editing of texts. Editing is both an exercise in punctiliousness and precision – a kind of disinterested … Continue reading

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Hinterland

“The Island is as curious about the visitor as the visitor is about the island” “Webster’s Passage” is a 100 kilometers  of unspeakably beautiful Botswana savanna, starting close to the town of Nata and ending at LeKhubu Island in the … Continue reading

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B. Ernest Manfunny

Heading for Spring… As a romantic, I dream of a distant land, free and wild, full of mystery and adventure. Here time is replaced by space. I call this place Eden. Sometimes I actually go there. The desire to create … Continue reading

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