The Gift of Water puts life force in perspective
of what I love to do. I love to take photography which is more or less abstract,” he said.
SaySay chose to donate all the proceeds to Lalela, an NGO-founded in 2006.
Lalela provides educational arts for at-risk youth to spark creative thinking and awaken the entrepreneurial spirit.Their role in arts education is to help blaze the trail in whole brain thinking with a proven path to innovation and new job creation.
“It’s not about making money, it’s just about being careful with resources especially with water, to have an awareness and to give back to the community.”
“Education is a door opener and we need to invest in our kids and enable them to get a good education as it was done to me and to many people. Education leads to a better society, it gives the kids a bucket full of opportunities to better their life.”
The exhibition opened at Gallery One11, Cape Town, South Africa, and will run until December 4.
SaySay.Love’s visual reflections of water on show at Gallery One11 in Cape Town until December 4.