25 January 2013

Namibia: Anita Roux's Exhibit Magical!

Swakopmund — After the annual exodus back and forth, Swakopmund is once again restored to its quiet and serenity until it starts all over again come Easter!

But in the meantime The Fine Arts Gallery once again took the lead in breaking the deadlock on the front of entertainment for the seemingly nothing-to-offer coastal town.

An exciting new exhibition by Anita Roux, a former student of Nico Roos and Johnny de Kock, opened on Friday, on January 11.

This is Anita's third solo exhibition and it concentrates on her passion for nature with breathtaking rock formations and windswept trees which are images typically from the south. Forgotten old cars from another century are the core of the exhibition.

The artist uses strong colours for her paintings with red, orange and blue which will attract the viewer in a magical way. The exhibition was officially opened by Desmeon Keulder from Point Break and will be on show until February 9.

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