Our wire sculpture Christmas tree is a baobab
Every year we take it down off out mantelpiece where it lives with my wild dog sculpture and the grandchildren decorate it with homegrown ornaments
and out in the veld bloom these spectacular crinum lilies- constant inspiration for my art
The fair lilies are chaperoned by the ”Talking Head” – my favourite granite rock outcrop – a monumental stone sculpture with epic presence who looms over all…
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