Invasive Echoes
Invasive Echoes
Decaying Echoes
Decaying Echoes
Treasured Echoes
Treasured Echoes
Tranquil Echoes
Tranquil Echoes
Echoes of remembrance
Echoes of remembrance
Echoes of summer
Echoes of summer
Festive Echoes
Festive Echoes
Echoes of turmoil
Echoes of turmoil
Funereal Echoes
Funereal Echoes
Musical Echoes
Musical Echoes
Echoes of hope
Echoes of hope
Echoes of antiquity
Echoes of antiquity
Discarded Echoes
Discarded Echoes

May 2017 Pretoria Arts Association

ECHOES
SECOND SOLO EXHIBITION

An Exhibition of Ink on Claybord.


The vessels (pots) throughout the exhibition contain the

echoes of life. Throughout our lifetimes we experience many emotions. The vessels (pots) symbolise the amygdala, the part of the human brain responsible for capturing these emotional memories, hard wiring them into our memories, and making them echo throughout our existence.


There are other symbols repeated in the various works of the exhibition including circles. It is up to the viewer to find their own meaning of the symbols echoing inside of them.