Don’t miss this exhibition of work by Cheryl Traub Adler at @ Alliance Française du Cap in Cape Town from 3 August to 30 September 2017.
Katharina Forster brings a new meaning to “another man’s trash is another man’s treasure”. Her artwork offers us insight into complicated matters, from personal emotions we as humans often deal with to mindfulness of nature, by using discarded items. Persistence … Continued
The EcoArt sculptures that stand in Nelia, Queensland Australia, can capture your mind, heart and imagination. Yet this is not only because of the artworks’ beauty. The artworks are bold in character in order to convey the clear message: See … Continued
The Garden Route fire that spread widely and caused much devastation in its wake (to nature, towns and human lives), began in the early hours of 7 June 2017. This is a date we shouldn’t soon forget. This date was … Continued
Yong Ho Ji’s tire sculptures can both sadden and disturb. Yet he works with certain methods, methods we can all learn something from. His work is inspiring, not only for its skill required, but also for the constant betterment he … Continued
Danelle Janse van Rensburg’s bleeding roots explores the interconnectedness of all life Danelle Janse van Rensburg’s latest solo exhibition – Bleeding Roots – explores the ‘interconnectedness’ as well as the symbiotic role of the ‘Mother Tree’ with other younger surrounding … Continued