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Wilna van der Walt - "Raka's Forest"

"Raka's Forest"

Raka's Forest
Oil on Canvas, US$ 969

Raka's Forest

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Oil on Canvas

W: 1100mm x H: 1200mm
W: 43" x H: 47"

Approx. Weight: 11.5kg

This work is framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)


US$ 969


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Raka's Forest

About "Raka's Forest"

The deep forest is where the feminine flowers. This work was inspired by the poem, Raka, by NP van Wyk Louw, but my understanding of Raka in this work is purely subjective, as powerhungry and fearsome, driving away the animals of the deep forest.

Wilna van der Walt

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About Wilna

Wilna van der Walt

My work is centred on the symbolical journey. I view the creative space as the space between psyche and reality, and the canvas as a living mirror with which I engage consciously in art to the best of my ability.

Amanda Botha in DeKat May 2016: "In Wilna van der Walt's work she gives expression to the inner consciousness of healing powers that find expression in the creative fervency. Here it has to do with the activation of the practice of art to stimulate the subconscious to find expression in an image and a striving for purification.

The exhibition, The old woman and the Moon, in the Irma Stern Museum in Rosebank, Cape Town, represents the symbolic journey of the artist, which takes her along uncharted paths within the Jungian context. She opens herself to tell her story on canvas within the rich chaos of inner perceptions.
Her palette becomes the medium and her canvas the reportage of her psychic journey, and the answer to her continuous inner dialogue. Like the writer Milan Kundera, she finds in her work 'the unbearable lightness', and she can turn her 'sunflowers' to the light like Vincent van Gogh. Each of these paintings has its own life - a part of the greater puzzle of truths that form part of a wider cosmic understanding."

Price Range

US$ 194-969



Solo exhibition was at UCT Irma Stern Museum, May 2016.
Group exhibition Cape Gallery May 2017
Solo exhibition Breytenbach Gallery Wellington, February 2018.

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