Times of my Past 

Sophie Peters 

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The Times of My Past 


ZAR7 000

Art on our Mind Creative Dialogue with Sophie Peters, Nono Motlhoki and Sharlene Khan

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Cry from the Heart


ZAR15 000

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Her Days were Numbered


ZAR45 000

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Sorrows of Life


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Brood op die Tafel


ZAR7 000

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Guiding Angel


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Night when Hamburg Died


ZAR25 000

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ZAR10 000

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Born 23 June 1968 in Johannesburg  before moving to Cape Town, Sophie Peters has taught in a variety of places and organizations including the Child Welfare Society, the People’s Centre in Nyanga East, the Sakhile Children’s Art Project in Mitchells Plain, the Visual Arts Group at Luyolo Community Centre in Gugulethu as well as numerous projects and workshops for children and adults. Anartist in her own right, Sophie has produced work in various mediums from linocuts to cast iron sculpture to oil paintings. Peters has exhibited both nationally and internationally and in recent years her works has been featured in several major South African exhibitions including “Peace for South Africa” in Switzerland ( 1995), “Woman on South Africa” (1995) in the Paarl Museum and ‘South African Artist” (1990) in London just to name a few. When asked about her artistic influences she replied, “My work is an expression of myself. I am not really influenced by any one artist but only by my own particular experiences”.An avid muralist, Sophie Peters has contributed her skills back to the community many times over including several in the Cape Town area as well as four murals in London co-designed with other participating South Africa artist for the Zabalaza festival in 1990. Her work has been extensively featured South African magazines and collected by the South African National Gallery.

Contact Sophie Peters: +27 83 731 6001