Created as a lithography print on Fabriano paper, Nathi Ndlandla used a single, dark hue to create his emotive tree scape, titled “Greener Pastures’. A small herd of sheep grazing in the foreground, in front of a leafless tree forms the focal point of Nathi’s visual. Just a little further the artist portrays a dark, leaf-covered tree; possibly the venue where ‘greener pastures’ may be had. The intentional dark shades used in portraying this section of the work becomes a poetic metaphor that the grass in NOT always greener on the other side, as one would like to believe. In addition to a beautiful print, Nathi Ndlandla has masterfully woven a thought provoking narrative into his landscape.
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by Anton Smit, opens 13 August at 2pm at Artyli Gallery, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton.
" Vivid Identity"
Group exhibition by contemporary African artists , opens 2pm, Artyli Gallery, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton
Shop no 35 & 36, Nelson Mandela Square, Sandton, Johannesburg.
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