Wall Eyes Looking at Italy and Africa – Keyes Art Mile

Nine hundred years of time and space, and I've never been slapped by someone's mother. Well, you're very similar heights. Maybe you should wear labels. Oh, I always rip out the last page of a book.

An interesting exhibition is currently on at Keyes Art Mile from the 3rd October to the 7th November. “Wall Eyes Looking at Italy and Africa” is a group exhibition in the foyer of the Trumpet building, Rosebank. It will then travel to Cape Town and on to Rome.

This acrylic on canvas is titled “Get Well Soon” by Neil Wright.

This piece by Silvia Giambrone called “ Cutlery 2019” is chained to the block and made from chains and a pair of serving cutlery.

Sequence 7 (no one can tell what is coming next) by Jessica Webster is oil paint and encaustic wax on a digital canvas.

By Lohla Amira this is called “Philisa” and is made with beads and salt.

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