A collection of 32 (20cmx20cm) paintings of wild animals from Addo Elephant Park.
Each small work its own character.
A minimalistic approach, the line-art technique has its roots in San rock-art, which can be found in caves in the Zuurberg Mountains, at the foot of which lies the Nyathi rest camp. While fine-line rock-art, is brush-painted. Khoekhoen and Bantu-speaker rock-art is finger-painted. I’m blurring this technical distinction, using my fingers to creat the line-art.