Teboho Ndlovu has skilfully hand-coiled this large dish featuring a leopard chasing monkeys around the rim. Siyabonga Mabaso has painted it with tropical plants and Bird of Paradise flowers moistened with water droplets. This work invokes memories of the rainforest at Victoria Falls where the mighty Zambezi River drops into the gorge and sends up a continual light spray that moistens the forest plants above. This Ardmore dish is a sensuous and action-filled work that is deliciously exotic and mysterious.
Teboho was born on the 19th of December 1989 in Lesotho. He grew up in the Mokhotlong district and attended school at Sekonyela High. He is married with two children. After his mother died, he left school to find work in KwaZulu-Natal and soon heard about ... read moreView all pieces by Teboho Ndlovu
Siyabonga Mabaso was born in 1985 in the KZN Midlands town of Mooi River and completed his education in 2006. Having studied art while at school, he had an impressive portfolio of drawings and paintings when he met Fée Halsted, founder of Ardmore Ceramic Art. Fée ... read moreView all pieces by Siyabonga Mabaso