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Dinisile Qapa - "Fleet Street"

"Fleet Street"

Fleet Street
Charcoal, US$ 82

Fleet Street

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W: 595mm x H: 420mm x D: 3mm
W: 23" x H: 17" x D:

Approx. Weight: 0.2kg

This work is unframed


US$ 82


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About "Fleet Street"

I love to paint urban and rural landscapes. I draw mostly from life and daily activities of people. I am inspired by the movement of the people within these landscapes.

Dinisile Qapa

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About Dinisile

Dinisile Qapa

Dinisile Qapa (Ndungwana. My clan name), was born in Grahamstown in 1976. In 2003 he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree from Rhodes University and worked for Egazini Outreach Project Art Studio in Grahamstown. Now he lives and works in East London. His favourite media is painting and printmaking.
My work is inspired by people[0x1]s daily lives. I like to create rural and urban landscapes which show people[0x1]s energy and positive outlook in life.
Date of birth: 24th September 1976

Educational Details
1995: Matric at Ntsika Secondary School in Grahams town
2003: Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Rhodes University

Price Range

US$ 82-115



Work Experience
1994: Mural for Kuyasa School for Mentally Handicapped, Grahams town
1995: “Flight of the Phoenix” a mural project for the Restoration of the 1820 Settlers Monument following its burning down
1999: “Beyond Awareness Campaign” a national Aids Mural project, Graham’s town Taxi Rank
2001: “Makana Remembered” a printmaking Workshop and Exhibition with the Egazini Outreach Project in Grahamstown
2002- 2003: “Salted Lines” Images from the Mouth of Buffalo” Etching Workshop and Exhibition With the Buffalo City Public FET College in East London
2003: (Jan- April) Project Supervisor, DEAT Mural Project “Developing Makana” an initiative for Tourism development Egazini Outreach Project
(May- July) Supervisor, DEAT Mosaic Project Egazini Outreach Project
July- Nov) CreateSa, Heritage Practice Learnership Educator for Drawing and Design
2003- 2004: worked in collaboration with Dr Gavin Younge To create Grounded


2003: Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) from Rhodes University

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