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Sandi Charlton Wells - Mbalenhle | Contemporary Art
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Sandi Charlton Wells - "Mbalenhle"


Acrylic on Canvas, US$ 709


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Acrylic on Canvas

W: 910mm x H: 1210mm x D: 40mm
W: 36" x H: 48" x D: 2"

Approx. Weight: 3kg

This work is unframed


US$ 709 SOLD


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About "Mbalenhle"

A million flowers! I named this "Mbalenhle" which is a Zulu girls name meaning "Beautiful flower". The scene is set in the Drakensberg in spring-time when the cosmos are profuse. I have used a heavy impasto technique to highlight the vibrant colours and textures of the flowers. A painting that attracts a lot of attention or one that you can just gaze into.

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About Sandi

Sandi Charlton Wells

I have always had artistic talent and have an absolute obsession to paint. I believe that obsession is more important than talent - it's that special ingredient that shows in the work. I also believe that artists should paint only subjects that they love - otherwise, what's the point?

Born and raised in Zimbabwe, I feel a deep connection to the African landscape and to its people. These are the base of my art. I have reached a point in my painting where I feel comfortable with my post impressionistic style using vivid colours, thick application of paint and distinctive brush and pallet knife strokes.

My paintings are each a story and most often, are created from memory. The landscapes become a backdrop for human interaction pushing the composition aim to reflect on everyday life in Africa.

My work is held in many private collections in Zimbabwe, South Africa, Holland, Ireland, Sweden, Australia, New Zealand, China and Japan. and Holland.

Price Range

US$ 85-1,039



Co-ordination of international cultural exchange which took place in Brazil in 1994 and was hosted by the South African Embassy and the Academia Brazileira de Belas Artes.

Invitation 2011: BIENNALE INTERNAZIONALE DELL' ARTE CONTEMPORANEA, 8th edition Florence Biennale, Italy



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