The art of love- a group exhibition

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What is so happy about the ever after 122 x 85 cm Photographic print, rubber, thread and board 2022 Hannalie Taute

“Three are few things in life more challenging than being married. The intimacy tend to stir up and expose our most poisonous inner energies.

If we can learn to love here, we can love anywhere.

The question is can we love each other unconditionally, or is our love contingent upon the other person acting exactly as we need them to? It’s easy to ‘love’ somebody when they do what you want them to do, exactly how you want them to do it. But how do you behave when they step outside of your picture? How do you treat them when they hurt you? Those are the times that determine whether or not you actually love somebody.” – quote from the book Will

You are invited to a group show hosted by Stilbaai Galery:

” Love is hard. It takes enormous courage to open a wounded heart over and over again to the possibility of love’s bliss. Love demands bravery. a willingness to risk it all. But bravery does not mean the absence of fear. Bravery is learning to continue forward even when you’re terrified. ” – Will

For more info about this work or the upcoming exhibition please contact Nadine/Ingrid at: hello@stilbaaigalery.co.za

Wishing you a month filled with love, light and laughter. x

Dagdromer (Daydreamer) online catalogue

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Herewith the link to the digital catalogue.

https://docs.google.com/document/d/13bHwCkoahKWIqGLfxKIZFkKNSnsu9hEwW2IqlIR8JnE/edit?usp=sharing

Please do not hesitate to contact us for more info.

“The mind is essentially a survival machine.  Attack and defense against other minds, gathering, storing and analyzing information – this is what it is good at, but it is not at all creative.  All true artists, whether they know it or not, create from a place of no-mind, from inner stillness.  The mind then gives form to the creative impulse or insight.  Even the great scientists have reported that the creative breakthrough come from a time of mental quietude.” Eckhart Tolle

If you are able to visit my studio on the 25th or 26th, you are welcome to register your interest on Facebook (I’m not a FB user but my fellow exhibiting artist were kind enough to create an event on that platform):

https://fb.me/e/4mupsKVAc

Wishing you a wonderful week ahead xxx

Dagdromer (Daydreamer) invitation

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You are invited!!

PLEASE JOIN US FOR AN OPEN STUDIO EXPERIENCE 

ON 25 AND 26 MARCH 2022,  FROM 3-8PM

55 Versveld str, Riversdale, 6670

DURING THE HESSEQUA ART ROUTE : 

‘HIEFEL FIEFEL’(Inspired by CJ Langenhoven) TOWN ART SHOW IN RIVERSDALE

Please RSVP via email (hannalie.t@gmail.com) for more info- digital catalogue will be available soon.

Fellow artist and friend Nicky Hein helping to get the studio ready

“The mind is essentially a survival machine.  Attack and defence against other minds, gathering, storing and analysing information – this is what it is good at, but it is not at all creative.  All true artists, whether they know it or not, create from a place of no-mind, from inner stillness.  The mind then gives form to the creative impulse or insight.  Even the great scientists have reported that the creative breakthrough come from a time of mental quietude.” Eckhart Tolle

Hannalie Taute Detail of new work (sneak peek)
studio shenanigans with Marelise Visser in preparation for ‘Dagdromer’