Thursday, 16 September 2010

A few glimpses of the Kirstenbosch Biennale 2010

View of the gallery
A tapestry produced by artists from the Keiskamma art project (who produced the tapestry now hanging in the Constitutional Court). This group created unique wall hangings featuring the rare and endangered plants of the Eastern Cape and including the flora found in the different regions of the Eastern Cape such as the estuaries and wetlands.
Ceramic pots made by the ceramicists from Light from Africa (a non profit organisation based at Constantia Nek) and filled with succulents.
Ardmore Ceramics from KwaZulu Natal - beautiful evocations of local flora and associated pollinators.
Carol Reddick and her work.

Margaret de Villiers with her work, and Barbara Pike left and Karin de Piaz right.
Stage filled with rare and endangered plants with Gill Condy's work behind.

Credit: All photographs by Jennifer Johnston

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Posting by Samantha Haacke

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