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The Collective Makers x Tanatswa Borerwe

The Collective Makers

'Moyo, Simba and Rudo' by Tanatswa Bonerwer.

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'Rudo - As part of a series, this piece illustrates bright yet

poised portraits of black women in order to celebrate the woman who strives to create an environment for herself. The series explores the attention to layering. Pencil colours are used as a way to emphasise the various layers of the skin black. The bright colours on the headscarf are the showpiece element of this work.

Simba - As part of a series, this piece illustrates bright yet poised portraits of black women in order to celebrate the woman who strives to create an environment for herself. The series explores the attention to layering. Pencil colours are used as a way to emphasise the various layers of the skin black. The bright colours on the headscarf are the showpiece element of this work. In this particular piece, the side profile is a another method that shows a woman's strength and power.

Moyo - As part of a series, this piece illustrates bright yet poised portraits of black women in order to celebrate the woman who strives to create an environment for herself. The series explores the attention to layering. Pencil colours are used as a way to emphasise the various layers of the skin black. The bright colours on the headscarf are the showpiece element of this work. In this particular piece, the contrasting black pattern lines in the headwrap compliment the positioning of the woman's portrait position. All three pieces submitted explore portrait positioning and the deep power routed.'

The Collective Makers’ is led by two local black emerging visual artists that reside within the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Their aim is to create a platform and space for ethnic minority emerging artists in the local borough through the use of organised events, including exhibitions, workshops within locals schools, trips to galleries and being part of art projects.

The Collective Makers have partnered up with Woolwich Works, Art Hub and Clothes for Causes for Black History Month to present the work of some of the best emerging black visual artists from the borough and beyond in an exhibition called 'Black in Full Colour'. 

1 oct - 31st November at Woolwich Works.

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