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W: 210mm x H: 297mm
W: 8" x H: 12"
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The artist ran a high temperature while creating this specific work. The images that appeared on paper are illusions instilled by his ancestors. The fever left his body shortly after completion.
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View all 21 works by Vetkat Kruiper
ARTIST DIED ON 11 APRIL 2007 AT THE AGE OF 38
No original works will be sold. Prints available
Pretoria University purchased a range of 14 works.
Artist lives in Kalahari and travels by donkey cart, carrying a cell phone which makes him available twice daily for an hour.
He does not take commissions, but paints from his heart.
His works are in private collections at Natal Museum Services, Mcgregor Museum Kimberley and the University of Pretoria.
Upington and Pretoria, Durban.
Bergtheil Museum Westville in association with the culture and Media Studies of UND.
2004 Bergtheil Museum- selected art are exhibited at the launch of his wife Belinda Kruiper’s and Elana Berghin’s book “Kalahari Rainsong.
2004 Vetkat tours United State of America culminating in his addressing the United Nations. A journalist from American National Public Radio is inspired to create a special feature on Vetkat’s art.
2004 People’s art
2002- Art hung at the United Nations for three years as part of an exhibition of Indigenous
2003 Sophea Gallery, Simonstown
2003 Evita se perron in Darling
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