The Pink Haus
Fibre Arts Exhibitions
'Transitions' and 'Life of Mandela'
free to express
'Inhibitions' and 'Laslap en Kwilt' 2013
Mel's Workshop 2012
Melanie's Dye and Print Sep2011
My Family and Other Animals
Powervan trip- Oct 2011
Outa in his wizard hat. He has an embroidery around his neck which he uses for a scarf. Most of the photos on this page were taken by Lesley Jurgens.
A wagon adorned with ostrich feathers
Lights commissioned by the Toelstede's
Embroideries and metal images hang among the sunflowers in Outa's garden.
Outa's 'karretjie'. Note the windmills that turn as it moves and the embroidery draped around the back. Outa would embroider a map of his journeys- these he calls 'chapters' in his life.
One of the Lighthouses -property of the Toelstede's.
A hand - I was interested that to him the hand was so important; it gave him work and also represented friendship.The heart in the palm is also a known patchwork design - also representing friendship.
A very intricate lighthouse.The ornamentation around the top is made of nozzles from spray cans.
An embroidery.Outa is seen wearing his lappies coat and 'sewing' his philosophies. He refers to himself as a boemelaar (tramp).
The 'interior' of his karretjie, note light panels in roof.
One of the wagons - note the 'hand' motifs which he uses a lot in his work.(Property of Toelstede's)
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