Fumani Walter Maluleke

The Child Factor

An International Art Exhibition

(February15 through September 15, 2021)

BIO

I am Walter Fumani Maluleke a visual artist who specializes in charcoal and pastel to bring out the details on canvas, i am young promising artists from south Africa Limpopo province in Giyani in a marginalize village called Thomo,I draw my inspiration from a daily life basis, the new body of my work speaks about the children and woman.

STATEMENT

I am Walter Fumani Maluleke a visual artist who specializes in charcoal and pastel to bring out the details on canvas, the new body of my work speaks about the children from a tender age but more from rural environments where i grew up, i was raised by a single parent of which is a female figure so yes i sometimes evoke the feelings of how our sister and mothers are treated in SA due to Gender base violence GBV, I'm sending a message to embrace our children and mother's as well.

Where Do You Come From? ( u huma kwihi)

The art works tittle 'where do you come from' as children we often forget where come from literally because our elderly people they dont tell us our roots and how we connect to our fore fathers as a new generation

Who Are You?

Our mother and sister are the one to take care of us as children while our fathers were not there.

Fumani Walter Maluleke

South Africa

Unity Begins at Home

As a child from marginalize village i learn how to approach life in different aspects of life due to playing and sharing with other kids and appreciate what they have in that time

Inquiries?

Please contact the curator:

 Carolyn Goodridge at cgoodridge@artimpactinternational.org

Portions of the art sale proceeds will go to these two charities. Click to learn more about their work.

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