I am an artist, professional sculptor and bee conservationist.


To date I have exhibited at the following SA & International Art Exhibitions:

1995: Africus Biennale: Johannesburg (Netherlands section)

1995: Tulipamwe: National Art Gallery of Namibia, Windhoek

1996: Ujamaa: French-Mocambiquan Cultural Centre, Maputo

1996: Colours: Contemporary Art of South Africa, Berlin, Germany

1996: Thupelo: Cape Town, SA

1996: FNB VITA Art Awards: Johannesburg Art Gallery, SA

1997: Ujamaa: The Netherlands

1998: Durban Botanic Gardens’ Outdoor Sculpture Competition (First Prize)

2000: Jabulisa Exhibition: Tatham Gallery, Pietermaritzburg, KZN, SA

2002: Untold Tales of Magic – Abelumbi: Durban Art Gallery

2006: Jabulisa Exhibition: Tatham Gallery, Pietermaritzburg, KZN, SA

2007: Public Sculpture on Marine Conservation for Durban Botanic Gardens

2007: Jabulisa Exhibition, Tatham Gallery and Durban Art Gallery

2011: Body, curated by Ledelle Moe, 39th Street Gallery Baltimore

My work reflects my spiritual connection to the natural world expressing my reverence for the sacred in all things. My current research work with bee conservation has influenced my artworks. Bees have become an important metaphor representing the feminine and the fragile state of our eco-system. Living in Africa, where women and the natural world are equally oppressed and disregarded, results in the very fabric of our society undoing. Remove bees from the world and we will cease to exist. These works represent the healing properties found in the sheer beauty of wild spaces.

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