Another highlight on the farm was the Fynbos exhibition by James Kriel
Early on Sunday Morning we took a hike to view the Cascades on the farm:
Just a quick reminder that I’ll be sending out a preview art-catalogue tomorrow the 13th of September (lucky number)!
This catalogue will feature available work for the upcoming BaardskeerdersBos Art-route on the 22nd and 23rd of September 2018.
If you’d like to receive one, feel free to let me know and I’ll put you on the mailing list. A big thank you to those who have sent their e-mail addresses to me already. I appreciate the interest in my work.
I’m looking forward to share it with you…there is a couple of surprises in there.
As they say: You snooze you loose 😉
p.s the photographer of my work : Kleinjan Groenewald
“”Introspection is a devouring monster. You have to feed it with much material, much experience, many people, many places, many loves, many creations and then it ceases feeding on you” -Anais Nin
“Who is the ass anyway” will be hanging out with other monsters, misfits and mermaids in BaardskeerdersBos on the 22-23 of September 2018. I hope to see you there!
If you cannot make it, don’t despair, for I am putting together a e-catalogue. If you wish to receive one, send me a message with your email address to be added to my mailing list. …Looking forward!
“Don’t let your ability drag you down like an albatross.”
When something is considered “good” it draws people in, often resulting with the eventual destruction of the creator.
So whether you think its good or not should be entirely irrelevant, if you want to carry on..”
Quote from: The Muse by Jessie Burton
“Isaac had talked on occasion about about art, about famous painters and what made someone stand out from the rest.
‘Novelty’, he always said, ‘makes the difference’.
It was the fact that they were unlike the rest.
‘You can be a brilliant draughtsman’, he said, ‘but that means nothing if you’re not seeing the world differently.”
From the book “The muse” by Jessie Burton