Karin Weber


2 - 28 March 2012 / 09:30


Karin Weber ís figures show a rare and difficult combination of wit and movement. She casts a perceptive and amused eye at the travails of the would be modern woman attempting to keep pace with the perceived and rigorous demands of a 21st century life-style.  Weber left her native South Africa as a political refugee during the apartheid regime. She has worked and exhibited in the United States and Europe and now has an atelier in St Martial de Viveyrols, in South West France. Her work is held in esteem in private collections in America, Europe and Africa.  Karin also paints in the traditional medium of oils, capturing the light of the moment in her discovery of the Dordogne.

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