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Dragon’s Lair

Dragons and eagles play an important role in myths from around the globe. Myths are, basically, about ‘good’ and ‘evil’. In the Venda culture in Southern Africa, for example, eagles represent the ‘good’ in narratives and ‘snake like monsters’ (dragons alike) the ‘evil’. For this photo-graphic imaginary I used elements from Norwegian mythology (Norske Miögatör), […]

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The Interview

Interview in GIGARTE (by previous Prado Madrid photography curator Georgeta Negraru) It’s a rare occasion that I exhibit in galleries and art events BUT the Tulbagh Arts Festival is one of those exceptions. You will find him in the Town Hall 27-29 September. Another event in South Africa is the Greyton Art Walk in Greyton […]

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See

“A painter, once told me that all artists have but one goal: To show to the world the beauty that it possesses, but can no longer see by itself.” – Mused Renaissance

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Almost forgot to mention — Herman van Bon Photography

In the meantime in Brasov, Romania http://www.more-art-please.com/landscapes/Groups exhibition of landscape photographers from around the globe and I am part of it!!! The exhibition started 13 Augustus and ends 30 September. And this is the photo chosen by the museum curators: View from ‘Warmwaterberg’ near Barrydale in the Western Cape, South Africa. via Almost forgot to mention […]

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Statement

Yvonne’s statement as it will be presented during the Broken Earth exhibition at Manley Estate 27-29 September during the Tulbagh Art Festival:   “To comprehend the earth, the soil, stones and rocks is to connect with my inner human core. I am inspired by the uniquely, colourful, earthly palette and guided to transfigure stones, rocks […]

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