Razia Myers is ‘celebrating God’s many gifts’ with new solo exhibition

The Quena Art Institute is set to present the grand inaugural exhibition of its newest exhibitor, Expressions of Fine and Contemporary Artist, Razia Myers under the title “Aqua terra firma”.

Showcasing pieces inspired and inspired by the permanence of the bedrock and the untamed ocean, each united in an abundance of palpable color that celebrates the many gifts of God. It’s all inspired by Mother Nature herself.

About Razia Myers

The visual artist and sculptor was born in Johannesburg and moved to Cape Town in 2003.

At the end of 2015, Myers began to realize her purpose and studied under the tutelage of art teacher Paul Birchall at the Ruth Prause School of Art and later with Jill Trappler, who compares art to the composition of musical notes.

Soon she began to transfer brushstrokes from specific and figurative works to more general and expressive ones. The expression you are saying is rooted in her spiritual relationship with God.

In 2016 she was awarded a Masters and Arts Residency Scholarship at the Jerusalem School of Art in Italy. An intensive studio program for the talented and highly motivated student under the tutelage of Israel Hirschberg.

She has recently incorporated sculpture and photography into her artistic practice. Myers has also participated in numerous group exhibitions as well as solo exhibitions nationally.

Aqua Terra Firma Exhibition Details

  • Date: Thursday, December 2, 2021
  • Where: Observatory 42 Trail Road, Cape Town
  • Time: 17:30 to 18:00
  • Respond to the invitation to attend: info@koenaartinstitute.co.za

The Quena Institute of Art is an organization that celebrates creativity, openness, tolerance and generosity. It aims to be inclusive – both on-site and online – where diverse cultural, artistic and social situations are welcomed.

The first of its kind, an art institute dedicated to preserving the Khoi San heritage owned and operated by the Khoina peoples.

Committed to sharing the most thought-provoking modern and contemporary art, she hopes to take the entire South African nation, and the world at large, into an exploration of art, ideas and stories from a largely unheard of African tribe.

The Koena Art Institute hosts a series of temporary exhibitions, cultural exchange programs, and music and language preservation classes, which are the result of Aboriginal knowledge systems and experiences, history, and contemporary topics unique to its people.

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