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AMY HEMINGWAY: SHAMANIC DREAMS

AMY HEMINGWAY: SHAMANIC DREAMS

Amy Hemingway is a symbolist artist working in oils, pastels and charcoals. Fresh from a solo exhibition in Cape Town, her latest works explore Xhosa beliefs and symbolism, with paintings made on traditional shweshwe fabric as well as canvas and paper. The show includes pieces portraying bushman folklore, offering a glimpse into a life lived very closely with the animal kingdom.

Born in the UK in 1979, she graduated with a Masters in Theology from Oxford University. She now lives as an artist in rural South Africa.

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Pennwood House Gallery, Pound Lane, Cassington, Oxford OX29 4BN
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