My Paintings that made it into the Hoyoko Wildlife Foundation Art Exhibition

All in Aid of a Good Cause

In a last minute rush — and with a lot of thanks to the amazing Rupasha Rampersad, for making this all happen, and the awesome staff at Nad’s Art Gallery — I am happy to announce that 7 of my paintings will be on exhibition (opening tonight, 30th October 2013) in the Hoyoko Wildlife Foundation Art Exhibition held at the aforementioned Nad’s Art Gallery (Pinetown), Durban.

Guest speakers at opening night will include:

DIRECTOR OF THE DURBAN ART GALLERY
Mr MDUDUZI XAKAZA
&
Ms Julie Anne Edwards : Founder Hokoyo Wildlife

So, if any of you are in the area, do pop in and have a look — the exhibition will be running until the 6th November 2013 (click here for full schedule).  There are also going to be some fabulous exhibits from a private collection of renowned South Africa artists such as;

Otto Klarr
Malachi Smith
Paul Munro
Father Claerhout
Gabriel de Jongh

For more information about the Hoyoko Wildlife Foundation PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Here are my 7 paintings that will be on show (for those of you who can’t make the exhibition — prints of these paintings are available, just click on the relevant picture to take you to the store):

               

Should you wish to contact the gallery, their details are as follows:

Nad’s Art Gallery

11 Roselle Road, Pinetown

(031) 702 7601

E-mail:  nadsartgallery@telkomsa.net

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10 thoughts on “My Paintings that made it into the Hoyoko Wildlife Foundation Art Exhibition

  1. Pingback: 3 Visually Stimulating 2014 Calendars | Cherie Roe Dirksen

  2. Big congratulations Cherie your works, like you, touch the heart and really make you stop and think. My favourite is still The Monotone Rainbow City….. Hope you had a brilliant night. Every one should have a little Cherie in their lives x

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