Turn Right at the Two Palms

 

"Out of Africa"

May 1 to June 30, 2012

 

After a safari trip to Botswana and Zimbabwe in August 2010, I was inspired to preserve my memories of special happenings on that trip. Each of the 14 linocuts recalls a unique experience of the trip, such as visits to learn about the San peoplesí 30,000 year old civilization, or 19 lions sleeping just outside of our cottage behind a fence and roaring all night, or finally seeing zebras for the first time gathered under a tree staring back at the viewers. Each image is 18x24 (or 24x18).

 

 

Click on a thumbnail below to see a larger version

of each linocut print in the "Out of Africa" exhibit.

Turn Right at the Two Palms Approaching Lion Facing a Giraffe Father and Son Making Fire Elephant in our Camp Hippos in the Zambezi River Masks Pair of Zebras Giraffe Mother and Infant Mapisi Hut Guinea Hens River San Woman Carring a Jug Ready for a Nap
Two Palms
Approaching Lion
Facing a Giraffe
Father and Son Making Fire
Elephant
Hippos in the Zambezi
Masks
Pair of Zebras
Giraffe
Mother and Infant
Mapisi Hut
Guinea Hens
San Woman
Ready for a Nap