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Melanie Adele Slabbert - "Lady in Tower"
Lady in Tower
Lady in Tower
Oil on Canvas
W: 500mm x H: 890mm x D: 20mm
Approx. Weight: 2kg
This work is framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)
About "Lady in Tower"
The lady in the tower is about liberation of African women. They have the potential to set themselves free but only they can do it. That is why I show the woman only shackled by her own hands. The barren earth representing that her present situation is now sterile and needs to move on to realise her full potential.
About Melanie Adele
Melanie Adèle Williams (usually know by her middle name of Adèle) was born in the UK (South Wales) in 1970. She traveled extensively in her younger years, living in Zambia for four years. Being exposed to Africa in her early life has affected her work deeply and left her with a passion for the African way of life and the beauty of its people.
Exhibited in 1989 with the Harfield Society and once again in 2006 in a joint exhibition with two local artists Deon Tulleken and Pete Harrison.
B.A.hons in graphic design
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