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What do Wallpaper and Wild Dogs have in common… Lin Barrie Art!

My wallpapers and soft furnishings/fashion fabrics (art collaborations with Robin Sprong, Sarza Store, Fabric Bank and Photoganic), are inspiring additions to my passion for painting…this is “Eventide”, available through Robin Sprong as a wallpaper….. The Lin Barrie wallpaper range strangely … Continue reading

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Balance for Better: Art, re-designing the Woman’s Space….

“Balance for Better: Redesigning the Woman’s Space” opened at the Zimbabwe National Gallery last night. I was thrilled to be able to attend;“Thank you National Gallery of Zimbabwe and team for a tight and well-curated art #exhibition , thought-provoking dance and theatre, stimulating company- … Continue reading

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“Waste no Waste: Trash is Treasure”; Recycled Art in a great cause

The Friends of the Gallery (FOG) is an organization of volunteers, working to promote visual art in Zimbabwe. Their main aim is to assist the National Gallery through adding to the permanent collection, supporting maintenance and upkeep of the collection … Continue reading

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HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY, Painted Wolves, red wine and happiness to you all…

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY! -nothing better than to share a bottle of Painted Wolf Wine…especially since drinking this excellent wine fully supports real conservation for endangered species…   Pictus I is such a wine, read the story in this link… and read more … Continue reading

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Extinction is forever…..Russet Rhinos must survive!

Extinction is forever. It will be a sad day if ever we can not see these wonderful creatures called ‘Rhinos’ in the wild…..   Here at Senuko Ranch in the Save Valley Conservancy, and contiguous with the Greater Limpopo Transfrontier … Continue reading

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‘Woman at the Top’ and mud at Senuko, art and the National Gallery of Zimbabwe…..

Woman on Top’ A heavy shower of rain has subsided and at last I am last sketching a rock onto my large canvas. Not just any rock. She is a slab of granite that towers over the grassland at the … Continue reading

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The Prince William Award travels through Gonarezhou….

Clive and I traverse the centre of the gorgeous Gonarezhou National Park…part of the GLTFCA..   We safari through the golden dry Post-winter scenery of Gonarezhou….drifts of red mopani leaves carpet the sandy earth…. Between Rossi Pools and Centre Pan we … Continue reading

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