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Mollo oa Leifo | Mme

Mollo oa Leifo, “the fire of a hearth’, pays homage to African mothers and daughters. The Litema pattern, beadwork and weaving on the chairs are all adornments of Bantu cultural symbols that were used in ancient times by our foremothers to record information, express feelings and exchange messages.

PRICE | P.O.A
Mollo oa Leifo – Mme | The fire of a hearth – Mother
Media | wood, bronze, glass beads, grass, textile
Size | 98 x 53 x 43 cm
Edition of 6 + AP

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Mollo oa Leifo | Ngoanana

Mollo oa Leifo, “the fire of a hearth’, pays homage to African mothers and daughters. The Litema pattern, beadwork and weaving on the chairs are all adornments of Bantu cultural symbols that were used in ancient times by our foremothers to record information, express feelings and exchange messages.

PRICE | P.O.A
Mollo oa Leifo – Ngoanana | The fire of a hearth – Girl
Media | wood, bronze, glass beads, grass, textile
Size | 98 x 53 x 43 cm
Edition of 6 + AP

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Peo e Atang

Peo e Atang is your highest form of self, pureness personified. As a seed it represents the beginning of greatness hence the smooth and highly polished bronze. The raw wood growing out is the raw unfiltered germination of the seed.

PRICE P.O.A
Peo e Atang| Seed by Atang
Media | Bronze, wood
Size: 680 L x 360 W x 580 H mm
Edition of 3 + AP

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Nkwe Molelong

Nkwe Molelong represents an affirmation of divine intervention. It proves that transcendence of self through adversity is not only possible, but a necessary breakthrough for true reawakening of self.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Bronze, wood
Size: 1320 L x 470 W x 680 H mm
Edition of 3 + AP

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Diatla tsa Leje

Diatla tsa Leje is a carnivorous stone, energized by movement it springs to action, wrapping the intruder like a smothering over-lover in action. Be aware of this strangling charmer.

PRICE P.O.A
Diatla tsa Leje | Carnivirous Stone
Media | Wood
Size: 380 L x 180 W x 420 H mm
Edition of 3 + AP

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Botlhale

Botlhale is a feminine soul full of wisdom and incredible wizardry – with healing, transformative powers, and magic. Botlhale’s encounters with Peo challenges him to bring out his inner self.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 300 L x 200 W x 270 H mm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Ke Bone

Ke Bone is a celestial and insightful being, Ke Bone represents the highest form of enlightenment. An exemplary creature always guarding Peo from a distance.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 140 L x 170 W x 280 H mm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Khodumodumo

Khodumodumo is another version of Sebatana, changing to this form when living on land and underground. Always secretive and observant, Khodumodumo is here to change the situation.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 380 L x 320 W x 350 H mm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Okae

Okae is eager, shrewd, persistent, and sometimes misunderstood, Okae feels some magic around Peo’s aura and follows him through the adventure.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 150 L x 150 W x 290 H mm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Sebatana

Sebatana, a true master of change and trickery, changing form and textures depending on his surroundings. Sebatana is here to teach everyone practical and metaphysical lessons of nature.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 320 L x 210 W x 270 H mm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Tau-Tau

Tau-Tau is one who seeks to bring forth the divine power in all creatures and beings. She represents her truest, most primal nature, both brutal and subtle.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 390 L x 160 W x 240 H mm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Setlamatlama

Setlamatlama is the definition of life and growth, Setlamatlama is the connection between beings. Its instinctive nature connects animate and inanimate energies helping the latter to better recognize a path of development within self.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 480 L x 200 W x 160 H
Edition of 5 + AP

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Tshwarang

Tshwarang is quite a captivating character, a happy go lucky that is quick off the mark. He is friends with Okae and he’s always looking to take a chance when he spots an opportunity.

PRICE P.O.A
Media | Wood
Size: 420 L x 120 W x 190 H
Edition of 5 + AP

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Itjhebe

ITJHEBE | Self Reflection. Beauty is subjective and here the creature is looking into the water and sees its own reflection, a sight that others are unfamiliar with and are therefore frightened of. The body is not common and brings attention, which is not always positive, but there is immense beauty unlike any other. It is so unique it needs a second look, a light to reveal its true allure.
Ithjebe is a floor lamp that emits a soft light through its clear glass beads.
PRICE | P.O.A
Itjhebe | Self Reflect
Media | wood, woven basket, and wooden beads

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Lathlela

The word Lathlela in Setswana means “to throw”. The pre-rain wind blows the leaves off and carries them into the air to a new space so the leaves would plant and grow further. Sometimes warriors use it during a hunting party because it was light and flew far without a lot of effort.

PRICE P.O.A
Lathlela | To throw
Media | sandstone, bronze, wood
Size | 140 x 65 x 60 cm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Kaggen

KAGGEN (in collaboration with Okha) is based on Khoi-San mythology about a sacred praying mantis that created human life. The piece has undulating limbs that show the character of the mantis as gestures eloquently in slow motion. It forms part of a duo with Metsing.

PRICE P.O.A
Kaggen | Praying Mantis
Media | Cut glass, solid glass bronze
Size: 45 x 57 x 64 cm
Edition of 6 + AP

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Le bone Lebone

Le bone Lebone is a self-portrait and my first life-sized sculpture. The name translates to “you have seen the light”. It is a metaphor for being in alignment with the highest version of self.

PRICE P.O.A
Le bone Lebone | You have seen the light
Media | bronze
Size | 105 x 65 x 90cm
Edition of 5+ AP

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Legae

Legae means “Home” in Setswana and resembles two figures embracing in the shape of a human heart organ. This biomorphic form is a sensual sculpture that takes its cues from the vernacular architecture of the Nguni and Songhai people.

PRICE P.O.A
Legae | Home
Media | Malmesbury sand, stained pine
Size | 130 x 120 x 165 cm
Edition | 1 off

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Leng kapa Leng

This form is based on the shape of the rock slabs found on Modimolle Mountain whose name loosely translates to “God has eaten” in Limpopo. Each slab moved across the mountain in search of unwelcome visitors.

PRICE P.O.A
Leng-Kapa-Leng | Any time
Media | Patinated bronze
Size | 80 x 61 x 76 cm
Edition of 3 + AP

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Metsing

METSING (in collaboration with Okha). It is a place of water where we seek out solice. It is an element where we can replenish ourselves.

PRICE P.O.A
Metsing | A place of water
Media | Cast glass, bronze
Size | 94 x 37 x 82 cm
Edition of 6 + AP

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Modimolle

The name “Modimo o lle” comes from a Pedi/Tswana phrase meaning “God has eaten”. Okae and he’s standing at the top of the stack waiting to meet the first human that has survived the mountain to guide him on his daring expedition.

PRICE P.O.A
Modimolle | God has eaten
Media | sandstone, wood, bronze (in two patinas)
Size | 215 x 47 x 47 cm
Edition of 3 + AP

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Mopane

“It feels like the branches connect us all to each other, entangle us in our complexities, hold us up and anchor us down… like a melting pot that stopped boiling halfway and we’re left with a half-baked sense of who we are and what we all mean to each other and our world.”

PRICE P.O.A
Media | sandstone, bronze, wood
Size | 97 x 42 x 42 cm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Yang kapa Yang

This form is based on the shape of the rock slabs found on Modimolle Mountain whose name loosely translates to “God has eaten” in Limpopo.Each slab moved across the mountain in search of unwelcome visitors.

PRICE P.O.A
Yang-Kapa-Yang | Any way, any how
Media | Patinated bronze
Size | 46 x 46 x 86 cm
Edition of 3 + AP

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Kae-Kapa-Kae

The form is based on the shape of the rock slabs found on Modimolle Mountain. The illustrated pattern represents movements of the rocks. This edition was created to celebrate the Mogalakwena River which flows close to the mountain.

PRICE P.O.A
Kae-Kapa-Kae | Anywhere
Media | Resin
Size | 130 x 120 x 165 cm
Edition | 1 off

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Maotwana Finyela

With “little feet” that melodically click together, Maotwana creates a melody that is powerfully soothing like the healing powers offered by the stars that light up the night sky.

PRICE P.O.A
Moatwana Finyela | Small infinite footprints
Media | Bronze
Size | 80 x 73 x 100 cm
Edition of 5 + AP

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Tuka Ma Madolo

Tuka is the burning desire one has when praying for a special miracles.

PRICE P.O.A
Tuka Ma Madolo | Burning Desire
Media | Bronze
Size | 32 x 18 x 28 cm
Edition of 9 + AP

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