Available work at Everard Read gallery Franschoek

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This piece dates back to 2017, when I started hearing about the oceans warming up and coral reefs dying.

Now in 2022, according NASA “…​Yes, the ocean is continuing to warm. … To date, the ocean contains 90 percent of the heat from human-induced global warming, and the year 2020 was the warmest ever measured for the global ocean.

And today I heard about the sewage problem at the coast of Kwazulu-Natal and I hang my head in shame on behalf of the human race.

https://www.iol.co.za/dailynews/news/kwazulu-natal/watch-raw-sewage-remains-an-unsolved-problem-in-the-durban-harbour-as-the-ethekwini-municipality-faces-a-sewage-crisis-f3316e19-1cd2-44e5-aee3-af83c00b0c21

This is not acceptable, and it makes me extremely sad and mad.

On that note I present to you: “IN WARM WATER” which I should probably rename to : ‘IN HOT WATER’ because by the looks of it we ARE IN TROUBLE’.

“In warm water” 2017 Cotton thread, doillies, and rubber 63 x 128 cm
framed
detail
detail

For more info contact by Telephone: 021 876 2446

or email: fgallery@everard.co.za

or visit the gallery via website https://everard-read-franschhoek.co.za/

or irl 20 Huguenot St, Franschhoek, 7690

Studio news April 2020

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Day 5 Lock-down in South-Africa. End of the month Studio-newsletter time!

I hope you are doing fine and well under the current circumstances.

I’ve been keeping busy in the kitchen, riding bicycle with my boys= round and around the house, reading articles, stitching a little bit and trying to stay informed. What have you been up to?

During the monhts pre-corona, I’ve been preparing for the “Wild, Wild Life exhibition curated by Alex Hamilton to be hosted by the Gallery Glen Carlou.  It was supposed to open on the 5th of April 2020, but the opening (virtual or otherwise) have been delayed until after lock-down.  I will keep you posted, but you are welcome to request a digital catalogue from: zelda.hamilton@gmail.com!

Lost, 800 x 600 mm cotton thread and rubber 2019 Hannalie Taute

In the meantime I am preparing for a solo exhibition, titled: “A walk in the park”. at the Pretoria Art Association.  It is scheduled to open on the 29th of May 2020. That is if all goes well. Stay tuned for news on that.

“Walk in the Park” works in progress

On another note….

Karen Zoid is hosting another Art Auction on her Facebook-page…right now!!!!

Check it out if you can!

Much love…

Stay safe everyone!

Knysna Fires – Letter from Knysna Fine Art

Art portfolio- my work, Studio news

You are on our mailing list because you are a past or previous client, or have requested to be on our mailing list and we would appreciate your reading the following heartfelt letter.

You may have heard of the utterly devastating fires that have hit Knysna and the surrounding towns. This is possibly the worst natural disaster South Africa has had in a century or more. So many people have lost everything and the economy of this once lovely place has suffered a hammer blow from which we will literally take years to recover. Knysna Fine Art, which turns 20 this spring (and we will be celebrating this milestone in, hopefully, greener times) is not immune to these hard times although we somehow survived the flames.

If you were to consider purchasing art from us for the next month you would not only be adding to your collection, but making an enormous difference to us and the greater Knysna community. 

We will give half of any profit we make (in your name, if you wish) to community funds which include Knysna Animal Welfare, the Red Cross, and the Mayor’s Fund. We as a gallery, the wonderful artists we represent & Knysna as a whole would be helped immeasurably by your actions.

Thank you.

Trent Read, and the staff at Knysna Fine Art

For more info or list of available work contact Knysna Fine Art at:

t: +27 (0)44 382 5107
e: gallery@finearts.co.za
w: http://www.finearts.co.za

or follow this link to some of my work available via the gallery:

https://hannalietaute.com/portfolio/implanted-memories-2016/