Paintings, Poetry & Postcards
[ ‘n hond se gedagte ]
Saturday – 10 am – 4 pm and Sunday – 9 am – 1 pm
You are invited to an exhibition of small paintings and poems at Stillness Sanctuary. The walkabout will include meandering through the garden and spiraling through a labyrinth towards the view of the Krans Nature Reserve. All the while discovering artworks and poetry in unexpected places. The artist will describe her creative process pointing out the synonymous links between nature, writing, painting and the sensory.
Visitors will be invited to select, write and send a Poetry Postcard to a loved one.
The artwork will be on sale.
The proceeds will go to a community project in McGregor.
Cheryl Traub Adler is an artist, catalyst and teacher.
A graduate from the Michaelis School of Fine Art, UCT who is fascinated by the intersection of all art forms including Painting, Photography, Installation, Land Art and Performance.
Trained as a Bridging Polarities through Art and Omega therapist, her focus is on the curative aspect of the creative process.
Her work as part of ‘The Persistence of Memory’ project relates to national memory as part of the Center for Curating the Archive.
This year the group exhibition, ‘What Art is For?’ at 196 Victoria, Woodstock, challenged the viewer to think about the true value of art.
Her continued studies include Medicine and the Arts, Humanizing Healthcare, The 21st Century Museum and Identity, Conflict and Public Space.
She has collaborated with the Spanish architectural collective, Basurama, Open City Project, Stories of Rain, the BlueBox project in Morocco and RoundaboutLx in Lisbon.
Currently her solo exhibition ‘Anologue’ at Alliance Francaise, Cape Town, is on show until the end of August.
You can also find her on social media.
Cheryl Traub Adler (@profileview) · Instagram photos and videos
Cheryl Traub Adler (@cheryltraubad) | Twitter