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The frangipani is an exotic, sweet-smelling, beautiful little flower. I wore fabric frangipani’s in my hair on my wedding day. My mother had a bouquet of frangipanis on her wedding day. For me there will always be this sweet connotation between the frangipani and the Bride. But.

May 11, 2018 / / VISUAL



“Worker bees are always female.” I read this statement as a child. But given what we know now about gender and that it is not binary, I have to question whether the little honey bees in my lavender bushes are female

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November 1, 2017 / / VISUAL

Now the seal is a strange creature, in’it? Not particularly beautiful, yet graceful in the water. Playful. We look into the seal’s big black eyes and wish we could wrap ourselves in her skin, that we could rather gaze on the beautiful woman we perceive. We would entrap and enslave her, we would have her bear our children, perfect children, and we would tap all joy from her life to satisfy our own momentary desires.

July 26, 2017 / / VISUAL

“I don’t know if you’re aware of this, Josephine, but African parrots, in their native homes of the Congo, they only speak French?”

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The very first set of paintings I had up at an exhibition in a real art gallery (as opposed to the community hall) contained a panel where a hummingbird and a dragon play a macabre tug-of-war

May 6, 2017 / / VISUAL

My falcon is unequivocally, unambiguously, uncompromisingly a symbol for Artemis

April 22, 2017 / / VISUAL


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January 9, 2017 / / VISUAL



water animal

When I use fish in my work, it is in the guise of masculine symbol for abundance.

January 4, 2017 / / VISUAL
December 11, 2016 / / VISUAL


Gaan jy die Nuclear Holocaust oorleef? Huh? Huh? Gaan jy?

Will you survive the Nuclear Holocaust? Hm? Will you?

Indomitable. They can survive without their heads. They can

December 4, 2016 / / VISUAL



heaven bird

Peacocks, who are so lovely to behold! A delicacy, a delight. In medieval and Renaissance art they indicate heaven.

More recently, peacocks are associated with pride.

But I would like to revive the heavenly connection

November 26, 2016 / / VISUAL


Liefling, het jy gesien? Ek het die hemel en die aarde geskep net vir jou?

(Darling, did you see? I created the heaven and the earth just for you.)

The dragon is a feminine agent of chaos