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Arty heart in Omaruru

Johan Nel, Bank Windhoek Branch Manager in Omaruru, receiving the Heart for Art Award from Hanne Marott-Alpers of the Artist Trail Committee and the Omaruru Cultural Association. The bank sponsored the Omaruru Artist Trail which took place at the end of September. Artists demonstrated jewellery making, beading, up-cycling, recycling, marble sculpting, quilting, and cutting and polishing of semi-precious stones. The Artist Trail also had various exhibitions of oil paintings and sketches, children’s drawings, sculptures, cardboard prints, photography, video installation of land art, ceramics, pottery and leather products.

Johan Nel, Bank Windhoek Branch Manager in Omaruru, receiving the Heart for Art Award from Hanne Marott-Alpers of the Artist Trail Committee and the Omaruru Cultural Association. The bank sponsored the Omaruru Artist Trail which took place at the end of September. Artists demonstrated jewellery making, beading, up-cycling, recycling, marble sculpting, quilting, and cutting and polishing of semi-precious stones. The Artist Trail also had various exhibitions of oil paintings and sketches, children’s drawings, sculptures, cardboard prints, photography, video installation of land art, ceramics, pottery and leather products.

Johan Nel, Bank Windhoek Branch Manager in Omaruru, receiving the Heart for Art Award from Hanne Marott-Alpers of the Artist Trail Committee and the Omaruru Cultural Association.

The bank sponsored the Omaruru Artist Trail which took place at the end of September. Artists demonstrated jewellery making, beading, up-cycling, recycling, marble sculpting, quilting, and cutting and polishing of semi-precious stones. The Artist Trail also had various exhibitions of oil paintings and sketches, children’s drawings, sculptures, cardboard prints, photography, video installation of land art, ceramics, pottery and leather products.

 

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