ONE OF THE PAINTED ZEBRAS (OR IS IT A KWAGGA?) SEEN AROUND TOWN.
THE SCULPTURES FEATURED HERE ARE ALL ON THE PRESTWICH SLAVE MEMORIAL PRECINCT WHERE THERE IS ALSO A GREAT COFFEE SHOP CALLED 'TRUTH' - SIT OUT IN THE SUN AT A TABLE AND WATCH VISITORS AND CAPETONIANS ENJOY THESE ARTWORKS SOME OF WHICH ALSO FUNCTION AS SEATS
FULL-CYCLE TREE BY THE KOMMETJIE ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION GROUP.
THIS IS A FUN EXCITING SCULPTURE MADE UP ENTIRELY OF RECYCLED PLASTIC COMPONENTS
'WIRED' BY WILLARD MUSARURWA AND IN THE BACKGROUND 'WIND TREE' BY FELIX AND MANUS HOLM, BEADWORK BY DERRICK SENTENI
Desolate streets are the usual phenomenon in Cape Town city centre on a Sunday...however, due to the soccer world cup, the city is currently vibrant and visually exciting. A Sunday walk from Green Point to the National Gallery in the Company Gardens proved to be a delightful and enriching experience. Everything spotlessly clean and lots of metro police ambling around made for a sense of security and aesthetic pleasure. May it continue after the 11th July!