Let’s talk business – Inktober

Art portfolio- my work

“An art career, after all, is a marathon, not a sprint.” – Grayson Perry

I present to you:

A Family business

TITLE: Prinses Rupert
MEDIUM AND YEAR: Ink, pastel, board, vintage photograph 2021
DIMENSIONS: 63 x 47 cm (framed with glass)

Let me tell you a story about an imaginary Family Business (see English version at the end)

Prinses Rubert en haar twee buite-egtelike kinders: Sus en Daan,

Sus en Daan

…het ‘n familie besigheid begin, genaamd: “It’s only me”, want hulle is ‘n vrolike familie.

12 Business men and women

Stoffel was ontevrede omdat hy nie aangestel is in ‘n bestuurs-posisie nie.  Female soul met ‘n big mouth het hom probeer waarsku want Josef en Maria is kop in een mus.

“Impossible?” Laughed the ogre, en gaan sit langs Lucy in the sky – Just add diamonds.

Oom John gee raad, maar n wyse man se: “Beware of your uncle” want ‘n timmerman bou aan ‘n kis. Ons maak gereed vir die niks.

Die einde



Princess Rubert and her two illegitimate children: Sus and Daan, started a family business called "It's only me" because they are a happy family. 
Stoffel was dissatisfied because he was not appointed to a management position. Female soul with a big mouth tried to warn him because Joseph and Mary are head in one hat.
"Impossible?" Laughed the ogre, and sat down next to Lucy in the sky - Just add diamonds.
Uncle John gives advice, but a wise man says: "Beware of your uncle" because the carpenter is building a coffin. We get ready for nothing.
The end

I hope to do a live stream via Instagram from my studio sometime in October. I will keep you posted on the day and time. Until we speak again, I wish you a wonderful weekend ahead.

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