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Feeding Chickens

R9,500 ex. VAT
R10,925 incl. VAT

Acrylic on canvas
92 x 75 cm

Category: Product ID: 26369

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    Description

    Acrylic on canvas
    92 x 75 cm

    Vuyisile Adoons

    Vuyisile Adoons

    Hailing from the Free State town of Rouxville, Vuyisile Adoons, a 31-year-old South African artist, has emerged as a promising talent. He embarked on his artistic journey at the age of 10 and, upon completing his education, earned a diploma in Art and Design from Central Johannesburg College, with a primary focus on portraiture.
    For several years, Adoons worked as a commissioned artist. However, in 2015, he decided to explore other art forms, such as landscapes and seascapes, which garnered significant demand, recognition, and admiration. Now working as a full-time artist, Adoons is proficient in various mediums but has a preference for oil paints.

    “My artwork often portrays the lifestyles of individuals in rural and semi-rural areas,” Adoons explains. “Beyond portraits, I derive great satisfaction from painting scenes of people tending to cattle. This theme is particularly meaningful to me because I grew up assisting my grandfather with his livestock. I capture these moments with a camera and then transform them into paintings.”
    His objective is to convey narratives that resonate, inspire, and captivate the observer. He strives to showcase our roots while also imparting a message: that even in disadvantaged and impoverished communities, there are uplifting stories waiting to be told.

    In 2017, Adoons exhibited his creations at the National Arts Festival and MACUFE in Bloemfontein. His artistic prowess earned him an invitation to exhibit his work in New York in August 2018, where he achieved considerable success. He has also participated in numerous local and nationwide festivals and exhibitions, including the Tulbagh Arts Festival, and has been featured in prominent newspapers like the “Daily Sun” and “Sunday World.”

    Notably, Adoons has undertaken commissioned portraits of notable public figures in South Africa, including the former Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture, Maggie Sotyu; Free State Premier, Sisi Ntombela; and Free State MEC for Social Development, Mamiki Qabathe.

    In October 2019, Adoons graced the cover of “South African Artist” magazine, with his profile featured within its pages. As a budding young artist, he benefits from the mentorship of Richard Bollers, an established artist in the field.

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