Healing Hands

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  Proud to reveal the final artwork of the series in anticipation of my very first European exhibition coming up in September. This piece resonates with me in a very personal way. It speaks to the power to heal, to hurt, to love or to destroy. As women, or simply human beings in general, we have […]

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Female Contours

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  This is one of my all time favourite drawings, celebrating every contour of a female’s body. Ever scar, experience and imperfection creates an exquisite layer that makes you unique. It reveals your strength, growth and perseverance through every hardship. In this process of working with Michelle Hattingh, author of I’m the girl who was […]

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Michelle Hattingh

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Michelle, this is for you. As women we have to work very hard to provide for ourselves, our families, to climb that corporate ladder or to run your own business. After all of that, we have to take care of our hormonal, confused and stressed bodies while pretending to have everything under control and acting […]

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Secular Journey

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  I am thrilled to reveal the first artwork for my latest collection on Women’s Day that will be exhibited in New York and Berlin. I have entitled it “the f word” for the fierce females that will form part of my project. My first muse, Michelle Hattingh, author of “I’m the girl who was […]

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part 1 – the f word

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Road to my New York and Berlin exhibitions – part 1   t  h  e    f    w  o  r  d f e m i n i s m   |   f i e r c e   |   f i g h t   An artistic exploration aimed at empowering females […]

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27.03.2017

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I wrote something exceptionally raw earlier this year. It was a beautifully strange experience and I sent it to one friend, my lover and my parents. I could not share it with anyone else. It was filled with too much anxiety, ranting and I was too vulnerable to bleed out for the world to see. But it […]

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the beginning

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This year has offered me something invaluable: alone time. I have always shied away from it in fear of loneliness or that it would mean something negative to not have hundreds of friends and an overly active social life.  Since my early childhood I have had to make do with friends that unknowingly made me […]

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