Earth tones
a duo exhibition by
LOERITHA SAAYMAN
&
MARYNA JOUBERT
31 July 2020
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Loeritha Saayman
To protect and secure vulnerable life rhythms, during change
"In an era of political, economic and even environmental change, it fuels insecurity and uncertainty. Our situation in times of the current pandemic, gives us time to re-evaluate our place in the world and how we share and care about it. The artist takes stock of her own life by choosing to upcycle used materials." 
Loeritha makes use of photographs of her own art and her surroundings, old artwork and printed media, in combination with cotton thread and spent paint. While transforming these materials into new works, she finds that the monotonous process of cutting, pasting and sewing all the tiny pieces together, becomes a therapeutic vehicle for self-affirmation. This process also serves the purpose of metaphorical change in redefining the 'authentic self' within the borders of a personal space in the current situation. 
Loeritha Saayman obtained her degree in Visual Arts at UNISA. In 2000 she opened the Brooklyn Fine Arts Studio, where she has taught art for seven years. Today it is her private studio where paintings and sculptures are made on consignment, and where she constantly prepares for the next group or solo exhibition. Most of her work is done in mixed media.
She has had 8 solo exhibitions since 2004 and takes part in group exhibitions locally and abroad. Loeritha is also involved in various community projects on a regular basis. She acts as a judicator at the National Eisteddfod Academy annually, and serves on the council of the Association of Arts, Pretoria.
Her art finds homes in numerous private and corporate collections and proudly forms part of the permanent collections of the Pretoria Art Museum, Polokwane Art Museum, North-West University, the office of former president, Thabo Mbeki, SANAVA and the Zhejiang Provincial Department of Culture in China, where she represented South Africa in 2013, on a cultural exchange program for African Artists. She was in art residency in France for three months at the end of 2015, and again in 2019. During the last residency she had the opportunity to show her work at Tour du Monde en 14H, a group show held at the Citè International des arts, which formed part of the Paris design week.
Loeritha Saayman - Fragments of night silence
Loeritha Saayman
"Fragments of night silence"
Mixed media on canvas
30cm x 40cm
Unframed
R 3 100
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Loeritha Saayman - Blue print for a his and hers treehouse
Loeritha Saayman
"Blue print for a his and hers treehouse"
Mixed media collage on Fabriano
50cm x 70cm
Framed
R 5 900
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Loeritha Saayman - Camo dog
Loeritha Saayman
"Camo dog"
Mixed media on board
50cm x 50cm
Unframed
R 3 500
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Loeritha Saayman - Ink swirl
Loeritha Saayman
"Ink swirl"
Mixed media paper collage on printed fine art paper
80cm x 60cm
Framed
R 6 500
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Loeritha Saayman - Runaway dog
Loeritha Saayman
"Runaway dog"
Mixed media on canvas
100cm x 120cm
Unframed
R 7 700
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Loeritha Saayman - Earthbound
Loeritha Saayman
"Earthbound"
Mixed media canvas collage on printed canvas
70cm x 52.5cm
Framed
R 5 900
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Loeritha Saayman - Sea view
Loeritha Saayman
"Sea view"
Acrylic & spent paint on board
42cm x 30cm
Unframed
R 3 400
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Loeritha Saayman - Associates
Loeritha Saayman
"Associates"
Mixed media on canvas
30cm x 30cm
Unframed
R 2 200
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Maryna
Joubert
All the artworks are for sale.
If you are interested in purchasing any of the works, please email us at artlovers1932@gmail.com
or click for purchase enquiry below any specific artwork
The prices exclude shipping
and arrangements can be made for paying off any purchases, interest free, over a reasonable period of time.
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