Magic of The Fish
Magic of The Fish
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W: 560mm x H: 760mm
W: 22" x H: 30"
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About "Magic of The Fish"
Printed in 4 colours, Black, Yellow, Magenta and Blue, from stone, in Port Elizabeth 1991,
Edition Nr. 47/50 Signed; deBliquy '91 bottom left.
Image inspired by The Oddysey a Moderen Sequel, by Nikos Kazantzakis.
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From an early age, my world was perceived through blunted sight. The metaphysical, mythology, poetry, literature, spirit of place and the eternal adventure in the exploration of being, have been a constant source of inspiration. The work of Odysseus Elytis, Nikos Kazantzakis and Federico Garcia Lorca has inspired several exhibitions. A container with the entire household and studio contents were lost overboard in transit to Belgium, resulting in an edition of a series of etchings, Quylibed's Odyssey, several paintings on the theme were exhibited at various galleries in Belgium. Koi-San tales provided material for my story telling projects at schools and cultural centres throughout Flanders, inviting the visual magic of light, colour, rhythm, poetry and form.
Group shows printmaking;
Rockford USA, Kanagawa Japan, Taipei ROC, Venezuela.
Group shows painting;
Monte Carlo, Villarobledo Spain,
Ypres Belgium "Lorca 98"
Solo shows; Throughout South Africa from 1967 to date.
University OFS, Oliewenhuis Art Museum, University Stellenbosch,Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum.
University of Louvain, Belgium.
Adler Fielding Gallery; The Artists Gallery CT.
The Dorp Street Studio CT.
S.A. Association of Arts; Bellville, Bloemfontein; Cape Town; Durban; Pretoria;
Goodman Walman Gallery Cape Town.
Gallery Intenational Cape Town.
Wenniger Graphics, Boston USA;
Jean Weltz - Hugo Naudé Gallery Worcester;
Dorp Street Gallery, Stellenbosch;
Bank Brussels Lambert, Aalst & Bruges;
Galerie Labyrinth Kemmel; Galerie Van Langenhoven, Gent;
Gallerie Groot Begijnhof, Mechelen.
International School Waterloo; Galerie D'Arté, Brussels;
André Demedtshuis, Wielsbeke; Galerie De Peperbusse, Ostend;
City Hall Ypres, Belgium. Gallery Labyrinth Kemmel
Cape Gallery 20 April 2008
Michaelis School of Art, UNISA, Rhodes University, MFA,
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