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Sandi Charlton Wells - "Sizani"
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Acrylic on Canvas
W: 410mm x H: 510mm x D: 10mm
Approx. Weight: 0.5kg
This work is unframed
US$ 260 SOLD
Although many rural areas do have water taps many areas do not and women usually walk long distances in search of water. From the age of five, Zulu girls are taught to master the art of carrying the water container without any hand support. I called this picture "Sizani" which is a Zulu girl's name and means "You all help"
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?
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.
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