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In 2014 I began a body of work inspired by time spent in a forest of ancient (800 year old!) Milkwood trees. I walked and sat,listened and drew amidst twisted ropes and tendrils, branches covered in old man's beard,shadows and moving swords of light, in a space that was old when settlersfirst arrived and that will be here, unchanging but always renewing, when all is forgotten.
The deep quiet is broken by birdsong - calls of warning or challenge or plaintive melodies of love. These are places of childhood dreams (who didn't thrill to "The Enchanted Wood?") and of nightmare too ("Where the Wild Things Are"). In a Jungian sense it is our feral nature and the guardian of our spirit and can never fully be explored. Out of the preliminary sketches and drawings came "Grootbos" - a painting 10 m long and which lies at the heart of this celebration of a wild and beautiful place.' - Arabella Caccia To view this exhibition online please visit: http://www.finearts.co.ca/index.php/painting/arabella-caccia For further information please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Knysna is gearing up to welcome the SA Navy to the Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival next week. According to Lieutenant Commander Steven Ericksen, two minehunters are expected to arrive early on Tuesday 7 July, weather permitting.
Khayalethu, a township in the beautiful Knysna plays host to South Africa’s largest Rastafarian community, Judah Square. This colourful community was established during 1993 when the Rastafari took a stand of solidarity against the suppression of their religious and social belief systems.
The best 10 days on Knysna's calendar year is hurtling toward us. What better time to launch Knysna's hottest marketing campaign, the #Knys1 campaign than during the Oyster Festival?
Allow us to offer you a very short overview of this campaign.
WHAT'S ON #KNYSNA & SEDGEFIELD
EVENTS TO DAIRISE
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With just over two weeks to go to the 2015 Pick n Pay Knysna Oyster Festival, Knysna is gearing up for what promises to be the biggest festival yet.