Model shoot with Dorothy Oliech and a few fun composites — Private Gallery Napier

Kenyan model Dorothy Oliech became a model celebrity after a shoot with Naomi Campbell which was published in Vogue some years ago. Nowadays Dorothy runs a model agency AND a model academy in Kenya. Recently she was in Napier in South Africa for some shopping at Private Gallery Napier where she met Jewellery Designer Yvonne…

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Ziqian Liu Creates Surreal & Minimalist Self-Portraits Surrounded By Flowers And Fruits — SCOPIC IMPULSE

Ziqian Liu Creates Surreal & Minimalist Self-Portraits Surrounded By Flowers And Fruits More: Instagram Here is a very delicate Instagram gallery. Ziqian Liu specialises in self-portrait. The photographer stages herself in a minimal universe, surrounded by flowers and fruits. By playing with mirror and reflection, she deconstructs her body with poetry and originality

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Saturday Special: Read the Caption — Herman van Bon Photography

Sometimes I wonder why painters paint a landscape from a photograph without experiencing the landscape themselves…. The past week I got several requests (8 to be precise) to use one of my pictures for a painting. The painting will be seen as art but what about the original photo? Just wondering…. My policy is a…

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Kolmanskop: Where Dreams Turned to Dust — Dreaming in Arabic

“. . . there are soft boundaries between what is real and what is remembered, and each place in front of us is somewhere else too.” – Deb Wilenski As I gaze towards the outlines of the scattered buildings in front of me I marvel at how uninviting they look in the half-light of a […]

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Kolmanskop: Where Dreams Turned to Dust — Dreaming in Arabic

“. . . there are soft boundaries between what is real and what is remembered, and each place in front of us is somewhere else too.” – Deb Wilenski As I gaze towards the outlines of the scattered buildings in front of me I marvel at how uninviting they look in the half-light of a […]

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At the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route — Private Gallery Napier

Yvonne de Wit studied Fine Art in the Netherlands and lives since 19 years in South Africa. Mesmerised by the colourful palet of the Overberg mountains she began to collect stones and soils. After a few Land Art projects she started to combine her collection of earth particles with copper, brass and Sterling Silver…

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