Mud Abstract

When the sun comes out after torrential tropical downpours here in Morrumbala, Mozambique, the earth cracks into dry geometrical shapes.
Here is a digital abstract I created from one of my photo’s:

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Jahme Art Gallery

Some Updates From The Jahme Art Gallery, L’Agulhas

Jahme Art Newsletter. January, 2008

Art Gallery & Studio
Tel: +27-28-4357743 – P.O. Box 58 – L’Agulhas – 7287 – Western Cape – Republic of South Africa

First of all we wish you the very best for 2008.

Renovations of our place here at the southern most tip of Africa are almost complete. We moved into the new gallery wing early in December last year & are happy to say that our paintings are on full display to the public. Sales have been great and we have made good friends with people from all over the world who have purchased our work.

Our personal website should be up and running in the near future, but until then, if you want to look at what Graham has been up to lately, go to his site at Artists for Conservation:

I am busy originating illustrations for my latest children’s book about elephants & having great fun painting bright, bold abstracts. You can purchase & see previews of my book of poetry “African Dust on the Soles of My Feet” and my children’s illustrated book “Africa’s Amazing ABC” at:

Here are images of a few paintings we have in our Studio Gallery:

Lion Study – Graham Jahme

Sunshine Girl – Sukie, (Susan Cook-Jahme)

Figs for Dinner – Sukie, (Susan Cook-Jahme)

In Full Flight – Graham Jahme

Below two out of fifteen of our paintings purchased this month:

Chipmbere & Calf – Graham Jahme

Isaak at Sunset – Sukie, (Susan Cook-Jahme)

If you have an artwork from either of us, we trust you are getting as much pleasure out of it as we did creating it. There are days we wake up and feel like pinching ourselves to see if it’s true…you see, we live our dream as full time artists, – and meeting people like you who share our lives by having a part of our essence in your painting or photograph purchased from us means a great deal to us.

Until next time,
Hamba Kahli – go in peace –

Graham & Susan

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