The three artists that are exhibiting this time around all create entirely different types of visual arts. We lined them up in no particular order.
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Montsho is a drawing series of seven black women’s portraits printed on transparency films. The transparency films serve as a symbol of reflection. We are all reflected in one another’s faces. As women, we share.
Her Version of History.
Her Version of History is a self-made book that portrays how I see myself. It is a reminder that I am the woman that I am today because of other women. The personal connection I have to each and every woman portrayed in the book is a reflection of myself in them. In this artwork, I wear hairstyles that they wore decades ago. I become the women that they are, the women that made me who I am. I create a version of history that celebrates that I am a part of a history that belongs to others.
“Mbona Lisa” for Africa Day.
Kotsi, a collaborated photo series with John Baloyi.
Lady Liberty; 2020.
These are different people in one picture. We are all different and the world has to accept that. (A4 Sketch pad)
Two tone, Two faces intertwined.
(When two people become one.)
This is a picture of a couple. They are both wearing clothes over their faces so we can’t see their faces. This just means that, they don’t want anyone to know about what they have because it might get broken.
Women are the greatest gift of all time. They make everything possible.
(Acrylic on canvas)
She tried to fit in everywhere and she ended up different around different people.
A group of people coming together, creates a more beautiful bond.
(36 by 48 inches)
Brown skin girl.
She has a mean and intimidating face but, she really is a very kind human being.(Acrylic on canvas)
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