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A Stroll in Africa

A Stroll in Africa

Ann Gadd

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Presenting a thought-provoking mixed media masterpiece, artist Ann Gadd addresses the urgent issue of rhino poaching in Africa with her artwork titled "A Stroll in Africa." Ann's expressive style takes a new direction in this piece, transitioning from complex expressionism to a more naïve yet subtly surrealistic approach.

Her once vibrant and untamed brushstrokes have given way to a refined, textured, and mature technique. Although her sense of colour remains vibrant, it is now balanced with the wisdom of experience. Through her work, Ann Gadd engages in a dialogue about a critical conservation concern, inviting viewers to reflect on the plight of rhinos in Africa.

Recognized as a contemporary artist of note, Ann Gadd's work has graced numerous local and international exhibitions. Her ability to evolve her artistic style while remaining connected to meaningful themes underscores her skill and relevance in the art world.

About Artist

Ann Gadd’s artistic career started in childhood when she scrawled her first artwork in crayon across her bedroom wall. Today, she is one of South Africa’s most beloved and prolific artists – with her paintings celebrating Africa’s wildlife and landscapes lighting up spaces around the world.

“I think people connect with the unique style of my work,” she says. “In a world where wildlife paintings are generally super-realistic and conventional, both in colour and approach, I take a fresh, bold, colourful approach .”

Born in Gauteng, South Africa, in 1958, Gadd moved to Cape Town when she was four. After studying graphic design and working with two art teachers, she worked as an art director at advertising agencies for over 20 years.

In 1997, the South African Society of Artists named her the Best Acrylic Artist, encouraging her to pursue her professional artistic and writing careers (she’s since authored or illustrated more than 20 books). Since her first solo exhibition in 2002, she has exhibited in London, at the Johannesburg Art Fair, the Florence Biennale, Art at Five (Brighton, UK), the Glasgow and Edinburgh Art Fairs, and many other SA and international exhibitions. Gadd works from her studio in Cape Town, where she lives with her artist husband, a wildly enthusiastic retriever and two over-indulged, rather grumpy cats.

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  • Established in 1987

    Established in 1987

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