NGUNI 2 Nsiphozamabele – ‘The Dregs Of The Sorghum’

One of the fascinating features of painting is the exaggerated use of colour in order to force a second take. The beauty of this is found in the cerulean blue and olive green
of the neck muscle. An extension of the cool colours to contrast the warmth and affection she affords her calf. Her insouciant demeanour is met with childlike vexation so typical of the brushing of hair before school and sunscreen Before swimming.


180cm x 68cm

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Original Oil on Canvas SOLD to The Adams Collection

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It is during the new years journey that one must rest on the cool purple sand. It is about trying to create the balance of go and wait in life. This painting contrasts the purple and blue with its opposite yellow and orange. Through different eyes we interpret the future. A future that never comes as we are always in the now.

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One of the Africanis dogs, Katima painted here in side profile as a mugshot. Though she smiles uncharacteristically of such moments, she is unaware that her kind are used in the pursuit of hunting. Painted not to debate the right or wrongs, or boundaries crossed, but to make a statement about how education and collaboration may find a path forward.

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