…and we’re on the move!

We’re a week into Stories of Rain and it does feel like we’re blessed. On my route as part of the project we’ve had rain in Cape Town, in the Cederberg, and it rained just before we arrived at Gifberg. We’ve also been blessed with sunny weather, in which we could swim, create land art, and explore the sites we’re visiting.

Here is some of my work created in the past week, as well as photos showing the sites themselves and its inhabitants:

To see work by the international artists, and photos from the other routes as part of the Global Nomadic Art Project through South Africa, have a look at facebook.com/stories.of.rain or check out the hashtags #GNAP2016 #StoriesOfRain on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

More related links with info about the project:

twitter.com/SiteSpecificAfr, @SiteSpecificAfr
sitespecific.org.za/global-nomadic-art-project/
za.pinterest.com/sitespecificafr/stories-of-rain/
www.facebook.com/sitespecific.landart

And I created my own hashtag #janetbotesart if you’d like to see more of my work 😉