In those early years she had no guidance, but insisted instead on keeping this sacred space free of external influences. This in-between space, the space between heaven and earth, the space visited by shaman and artist alike since the dawn of the human race, is the cradle of all creativity. No serious artwork can be produced without engagement with the sacred side of being, or without a personal struggle with one’s own demons. A new way of viewing art is also suggested in that an artist may become a mouthpiece for that deeper part of the psyche, and so make a meaningful contribution to consciousness.
2016: The old woman and the moon, Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town
2017: Dream now, dream not, group exhibition The Cape Gallery
2018: Stories of a life, Breytenbach Centre, Wellington
2018: Surface and Interface, group exhibition, The Cape Gallery: 18 June – 21 July