art by Dawie Mocke

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Acrylic on canvas

Acrylic on canvas

Acrylic on canvas

Acrylic on canvas

"Winter Sunrise" acrylic on cardboard 470x380 framed x4

"Winter Sunrise" acrylic on cardboard 470x380 framed x4

"for the-ané" acrylic on cardboard 840x530 each framed

"for the-ané" acrylic on cardboard 840x530 each framed

" muliple layerz of chaos in an upsidedown 'L' " acrylic on cardboard box because canvas is expensive, each 810x720 framed

" muliple layerz of chaos in an upsidedown 'L' " acrylic on cardboard box because canvas is expensive, each 810x720 framed

"Daysleeper" 1000x800, 130 hours, acrylic on canvas, ***FOR SALE*** R16 000 (ZAR)

"Daysleeper" 1000x800, 130 hours, acrylic on canvas, ***FOR SALE*** R16 000 (ZAR)

"From above" acrylic on board , framed size 870x710 ***R3700 (zar)***

"From above" acrylic on board , framed size 870x710 ***R3700 (zar)***


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In-Between - Installation made of embroidered organza by Yiqing Yin for the 55th Venice Biennale (2013)

In-Between - Installation made of embroidered organza by Yiqing Yin for the 55th Venice Biennale (2013)

Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artists home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artists home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

Limited edition A3 print by Amy Blackwell 0

Limited edition A3 print by Amy Blackwell

Limited edition A3 print by Amy Blackwell 0

"When we look at all the damage we've inflicted, it is easy to believe the Earth has been broken, the land is broken; but it is our relationship with the land that's broken and we have the power to change that.  We can choose to consume with honor from the Earth. We can choose to consume less. We can choose to understand the world as a gift and respond accordingly.  — Robin Wall Kimmerer, biologist and member of the Potawatomi Nation"

"When we look at all the damage we've inflicted, it is easy to believe the Earth has been broken, the land is broken; but it is our relationship with the land that's broken and we have the power to change that. We can choose to consume with honor from the Earth. We can choose to consume less. We can choose to understand the world as a gift and respond accordingly. — Robin Wall Kimmerer, biologist and member of the Potawatomi Nation"

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