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Saturday, July 30, 2022


(Above: Work by Robin Moodley)

Acclaimed award-winning artist and sculptor, Robin Moodley, has created a new solo exhibition in two parts, entitled: Time in Space and Time in Memory which opens at AmmaZulu Gardens and Sculpture Precinct in Kloof on July 30, with the second instalment of the exhibition opening at the KZNSA Gallery in Glenwood on August 12.

Working out of his studio situated in a small holding in Cliffdale in the Drummond / Shongweni / Peacevale area of 1000 Hills, Moodley has been working full time on his exhibition which is to help us to understand the concept of one humanity while grappling with the notion of how time, space and circumstance shape us.

Moodley’s work can be seen in the art shed at the amazing AmmaZulu Garden and Sculpture Precinct in the heart of Kloof, which houses the permanent studio of artist Andries Botha. The gardens comprise a huge indigenous forest, and amazing outdoor sculptures, as well as a tea garden and art studios.

AmmaZulu Gardens and Sculpture Precinct is situated at 88 Kloof Falls Road, Kloof. The exhibition is open to the public, Thursday to Sunday from 10h00 until 16h00. Otherwise by appointment through Audrey: 071 937 2706.

Entrance to the Sculpture walk is R50 (children under 10 free).

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AmmaZulu Gardens and Sculpture Precinct is a member of 1000 Hills Community Tourism.