THERESA JO

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Theresa Jo, Ek het gedroom ek het per ongeluk Strijdom van der Merwe se vet uitstalling afgebrand. 2013. Etching on Hahnemuhler museum etching paper

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Crime is King. 2017. 

Etching on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper.  .

Edition of 20.

56cm x 32cm

Available framed R4 250

or unframed.
 

Theresa Jo, This Mythical Creature

This Mythical Creature. 2019. 

Etching. Edition of 20. 

Size: 26.5 cm x 26cm

Available framed R1 250

or unframed R650

Die Laaste Mielie. 2020.

Etching on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper. 

32cm x 32cm

Available framed R 1 750

or unframed R1 250

Theresa Jo, Adam Small : Die here het gaskommel en die dice het verkeerd geval vir ons. 

Adam Small : Die Here het gaskommel en die dice het verkeerd geval vir ons. 

Etching print on aluminium.

Framed: 62.5cm x 62.5cm 

R5 235

Die Emmer-'n Ou simbool wat nou weer in ons psige ontvou.

Etching on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper.

31cm x 46cm Framed: R2 800

25cm x 40cm Unframed: R2 300

Die Emmer-'n Ou simbool wat nou weer in ons psige ontvou.

Etching on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper.

31cm x 46cm Framed: R2 800

25cm x 40cm Unframed: R2 300

Die Emmer-'n Ou simbool wat nou weer in ons psige ontvou.

Etching on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper.

31cm x 46cm

Unframed: R2 800

Die Emmer Obsessie. 2017.

Monoprint.

74cm x 54cm

Framed: R4 500

Moddermure van Marrakesh.  

Etching. Edition Variable.

Unframed

R3 500

5 tot 5 I.  

Mono Etching.

Framed.

84cm x 63cm

R5 500

From a series of works that formed part of an exhibition entitled Die Emmer Obsessie, Woordfees March 2019.

The only way Capetonians can survive the drought is by cultivating an obsession with water. And to save every drop you need a bucket. A bucket is an object in which you can carry and store water, a century-old symbol once again entering our psyches. The artist’s use of buckets is a deep recognition of women who have been carrying water in buckets for years. Buckets are depicted on the worthless paper of Cape telephone directories – an icon of the past that, just like water, we saw as a self-evident commodity. The paper with its lists of people and addresses has been raised from the background mounting and placed under glass. The paper that is usually wasted, like water, now enjoys a raised status. A clay bucket, the inside of which has been glazed, reflects glittering water – water is gold!

5 tot 5 II.  

Mono Etching.

Unframed. 

Fynbos.

Etching and Aluminium print.

33cm x 32.5cm. 

Fynbos. 2019.

Etching and photographic print on aluminium.

Framed: 67.5cm x 67.5cm

R5 685

Wat maak jy in my kop. 

Etching Variable.

Printed by Popular demand.

46cm x 41cm.

Available framed R3570

or unframed 

Alias Stef Bos. 

Etching Edition of 75.

39cm x 33cm. 

Printed by Popular demand. Available framed or unframed.

Flipside.

Etching print on Hahnemuhle museum etching paper.

Mirage- an unrealistic hope.

Mono Etch.

Edition Variable.

40cm x 55cm Framed: R2500

35cm x 50cm Unframed: R1300

Die Laaste dag.

Monoprint on Hahnemuhler museum etching paper

My Kind se Skoene.

Etching on Hahnemuhler museum etching paper. Edition Variable.

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