I have been thinking a fair amount about the imagery that I have been using in my artworks. I realised that possibly my imagery is based in a world that I am not familiar with, I never been to Europe or seen massive Cathedrals. I am from Africa and when I walk down the streets of Cape Town is I am surrounded with ethnic artwork imagery of unique cultures. Which for me is normal and regular but in a global picture that imagery is pretty unique. I thought it would be cool to mix that imagery with my personal love with surrealism and create unlikely bed friends: Ethnic Surrealism.
I've been thinking a fair amount about what sort of direction I should go into and I've decided to immerse myself in one on the most interesting art forms, Rock-Art of San people. From a genealogy it is said that the Koi-San people are the earliest ancestors of mankind and much study has gone into their paintings in caves. I am going to attempt to use those very early primitive imagery in a extremely unique manner. So hopefully here comes a new series called: San-Surreal, this is the first one