Ndiza Gallery, located at Krystal Beach Hotel at Harbour Island, Gordon’s Bay, set out to champion emerging talent and challenge the art markets’ status quo, and landed somewhat of a coup as they show the work of Sasol New Signatures 2018 finalist Diane Webb.
The exhibition, titled The Fabric of Life and the Threads that Hold us Together, encompasses the past seven years of the artist working alone in her studio, uninfluenced by art world trends.
Using collage, drawing, oil and acrylic, water colours, sketches and incorporating her unique cloths, purchased while travelling Southern Africa, her subjects reveal themselves within a legacy of culture, memories of African treasures and her people, all woven together with passion.
The collection covers classical and ancient forms, chance meetings and the drama of Renaissance.
The exhibition is on until the end of November. For more information, contact Michele Roelofsen at Michele@ndizagallery.com or 076 228 5046.