Author Archives: Reviva

Peter at the Zeitz

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An excerpt from Peter’s memoirs

The children were small so a long time ago, I opened the top drawer of the yellow wood chest where we kept important papers, passports, things like that and saw a heap of pages covered in Peter’s inimitable left-handed script. … Continue reading

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Time to tell…

As the first year anniversary of my husband’s death looms in a week or so, I am forcing myself to pick up on a website and blog that lay frozen for longer than a year and let you in. The … Continue reading

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Artist’s statement: We 3, 2 Acres and a Donkey

Painting is like being on a see-saw except there is no one on the other side. You have to do that awkward, near-impossible thing of running from one end to the other in between the up-downs and somehow still enjoy … Continue reading

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Invitation to my next exhibition

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Exhibition in the new year!

WE 3, 2 ACRES AND A DONKEY Coming soon…………watch this space Here’s one of the images WE 111 ( 1.5 meters wide by 2 meters high)

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One L and two Ps

We are on our way to the Philippines! Actually 3 Ps!

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Harvest Tower

Can’t wait for it to fill out with bountiful crunch

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On the washline

Hanging up to view, ’2 Acres and a Donkey’, a painting/drawing 5 meters long by 1 and a half high. Ink, acrylic, rabbit skin glue and oils on cloth.

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insights/conversations growing out of drawing

Adding colour to another depressing but strangely satisfyingly shaped haul of washed-up trash. Why I like these battered shapes…something lodging in the primitive brain, I suspect. Perhaps a kind of gestalt. I move closer and closer to the two greats … Continue reading

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