Maun to get intimate with Ronald’s artistry

Ronald says he creates artworks that evoke and provoke emotions and tell stories that he fails to tell with words
Ronald says he creates artworks that evoke and provoke emotions and tell stories that he fails to tell with words

After mounting several shows in the past, visual artist, Ronald Kegomoditswe, also known as Ron De Artist, will host an art exhibition dubbed ‘Beyond My Blue’ at The Duck Café Bar in Maun from May 31.

Although the exhibition will officially open on May 31, the artist said the show will run for a couple of weeks before it closes.

In an interview with Arts&Culture, he explained that this upcoming exhibition is a sequel to the previous exhibition he held last year in Maun called ’My Blue Is To Fly’, in which he wanted to delve into the multifaceted world of emotions and introspection. “Some pieces may evoke serenity, others a tempestuous turmoil, yet all aim to resonate with the viewer on an intimate level. My immediate environment with concepts that reflect our cultural, social and traditional narratives inspires me. I am also inspired by the desire to create, evoke and provoke emotions and tell stories which I fail to tell with words,’ he said.

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