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Pauline Mazibuko - "Khumbulekhaya"
W: 580mm x H: 810mm
This work is unframed
My work deals mainly about woman and children and the everyday struggles they go through. I grew up in a community where being a woman was viewed as being less than perfect. I witnessed a lot of female and children abuse and it was the norm in the community. Luckily, I was raised by both my parents, my father showed respect and love to my mother, and in turn, taught me how not to be treated badly by anyone. They taught me to respect myself, never accept less than what you deserve. My home became a sanctuary when all you see around you is heartache. Most, if not all my art works, are a recollection of what I saw and experienced in my youth, of how I imagined the women/children felt, of their need to be seen and heard, their reason to go on another day, of how amidst the heartache and pain they experienced daily, they always found a way to smile, to love and be free.
Pauline exhibited extensively locally and internationally
Fine Art Diploma and Art Teacher Certificate
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