The Gift of Wa­ter puts life force in per­spec­tive

Weekend Argus (Sunday Edition) - - ARTS - An­drew Robert­son

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.

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