Delta & Desert Exhibition 2013

After months of hard work, my exhibition Delta & Desert: Journeys into the Wilderness has finally opened at the National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, and the response has been amazing!

The exhibition is being held at the Carinus Art Centre until the 6th July 2013 and will be open daily from 9.00am – 5.00pm. For those of you who will not be here during this period, I am bringing you the highlights of my show. Enjoy!

All the colour landscapes seen here are done in chalk pastel and the black and white images are ink. The travel bags are mixed media. All works are mounted and framed.

In addition to what you see here, all the original rhino drawings that I did to illustrate For Rhino in a Shrinking World are also on show and available for sale, as well as a limited edition print run on each of these works. Harry Owen and I will be speaking about the book on Monday 1st July at the Nun’s Chapel, St.Peter’s Campus, Grahamstown at 11am, as a part of the Authors in Conversation Series for Thinkfest!, which takes place during the National Arts Festival. Please join us if you can.

I will bring you more on the exhibition in a short while, but in the meantime I must get back to taking care of the show! Please visit me if you are in the area, or contact me if you are interested in any of the work. Prices are available on request.

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2 thoughts on “Delta & Desert Exhibition 2013

  1. Pippa Rees

    Beautiful work Sally! I’m sure your exhibition area is peppered with happy red dots. Well done for all those months of concentrated labour. From a dormant/hibernating/frozen artist. Pippa. {}

    • Thanks Pippa! It feels good to see it all up and being so appreciated by the hundreds of people coming through the gallery every day. Lots of visitors have been back several times and quite a few red dots too!!

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