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Exploring Figurative Expressions with Origin Art

The human figure has long been a source of inspiration for artists, a timeless muse that evokes powerful emotions, sparks critical reflection, and prompts profound questions about our existence. A group show by Origin Art celebrates this enduring fascination, bringing together a diverse range of artworks – from painting and mixed media to textiles and sculpture – that explore the many stories and emotions embodied in the human form.

Join us on a journey to uncover the depth and complexity of the human experience, as seen through the eyes of some of the most innovative and thought-provoking artists of our time. Be inspired by Origin Art.

At the heart of this exhibition lies a celebration of the human condition – its triumphs, vulnerabilities, complexities, and contradictions. Each artwork serves as a testament to the artist’s exploration of identity, memory, and the interconnectedness of individual experiences within the broader tapestry of humanity.


Samurai Farai – Part of Exploring Figurative Expression – opening Saturday 11 May

Through the medium of paint, artists breathe life into their subjects, capturing the nuances of gesture, expression, and emotion with exquisite detail. Their brushstrokes dance across the canvas, weaving together stories of joy, sorrow, love, and longing, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of human experience.

Artists push the boundaries of tradition, blending materials and techniques to create multi-dimensional works that transcend the limitations of two-dimensional space. These tactile compositions invite tactile exploration, inviting viewers to engage with the artworks on a visceral level, exploring the intricate layers of meaning woven into every stitch and texture.


Talita Detlifs – Part of Exploring Figurative Expression – opening Saturday 11 May

Sculptors, meanwhile, harness the raw power of form and texture to evoke a sense of presence and immediacy in their works. From classical representations to abstract explorations, each sculpture offers a unique perspective on the human figure, challenging viewers to reconsider their preconceived notions of beauty, strength, and vulnerability.

As viewers navigate through the gallery space, they are invited to embark on a deeply personal journey of self-reflection and discovery, encountering works that resonate with their own experiences and emotions. Through the universal language of the human figure, our exhibition seeks to foster empathy, connection, and understanding, bridging the divide between artist and audience in a shared exploration of what it means to be human.


Find these stunning art pieces at Latitudes Art Fair 22-26 May at Shepstone Gardens

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Join us as we celebrate the power and poignancy of figurative art, and embark on a journey through the myriad expressions of the human spirit.

Contact: Origin Art.

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