Composing Art Exhibition (25 - 27 May 2017)

Composing Art Exhibition (25-27 May 2017), Welgemeend, Cape Town My latest solo Art exhibition: ‘Composing Art’ was a wonderful success. Thank you to all my loyal supporters. Those of you who could not attend the exhibition – or would like to spend more time looking at the artworks, can now do so by following the link: http://a.pgtb.me/XHM5Pf Hermien
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Fynbos II Lino Painted Block: These are the used Lino blocks.  I carved the image into the lino and used it to make my edition of 15 prints each.  (Handprinted with block printing ink, on paper).  I then used oil paint for colour and rolled block printing ink over the dried paint - to make one final artwork of the original block.

Fynbos II Lino Painted Block: These are the used Lino blocks. I carved the image into the lino and used it to make my edition of 15 prints each. (Handprinted with block printing ink, on paper). I then used oil paint for colour and rolled block printing ink over the dried paint - to make one final artwork of the original block.

Fynbos I Painted Lino Block: These are the used Lino blocks.  I carved the image into the lino and used it to make my edition of 15 prints each.  (Handprinted with block printing ink, on paper).  I then used oil paint for colour and rolled block printing ink over the dried paint - to make one final artwork of the original block.

Fynbos I Painted Lino Block: These are the used Lino blocks. I carved the image into the lino and used it to make my edition of 15 prints each. (Handprinted with block printing ink, on paper). I then used oil paint for colour and rolled block printing ink over the dried paint - to make one final artwork of the original block.

Fynbos II Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere.  I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos II Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynste Kroon "Finest Crown" Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere.  I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynste Kroon "Finest Crown" Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Black - Waterpaint): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere.  I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Black - Waterpaint): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere.  I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere.  I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Black): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos II Lino (Brown): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere.  I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos II Lino (Brown): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Brown): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Fynbos I Lino (Brown): In my Lino art, I purposefully focused my attention on the Fynbos species that usually take the backseat to the King Protea and other obvious showpieces. I discovered the intricate beauty in the lines and shapes and textures of the Leucadendrons and seed pods of the Fynbos biosphere. I was reminded of God’s perspective on the so-called “least of them” - how He lovingly lifts every one of His children up as Royalty.

Artichoke Linotype IV: An artichoke is a beautiful plant and wholesome food. To get to the centre of the vegetable, the heart, all the outer leaves need to be torn away: Take away the useless parts.  This lets me think about a purifying process - to take away things that are unnecessary. God looks at our hearts.

Artichoke Linotype IV: An artichoke is a beautiful plant and wholesome food. To get to the centre of the vegetable, the heart, all the outer leaves need to be torn away: Take away the useless parts. This lets me think about a purifying process - to take away things that are unnecessary. God looks at our hearts.


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