kate conway

Joined May 2009

My work is inextricably linked to my African homeland. I pursue issues of dislocation, diaspora & journeys. Maps and aerial views...

I work in many mediums and appreciate all art forms.

Organic form & nature inspires much of the work I do.


Identity Projects – I have ongoing projects relating to the subject of Identity, which stem from the life I left behind in Africa.


Political Projects – My concern for my fellow Zimbabwean’s basic human rights & the abuses perpetrated there prompted me to do the ‘Zimbabwe Series’.




All my artwork is Copyrighted © All rights reserved.
All the material contained in my gallery may not be reproduced, copied, edited, published, or uploaded without my permission.

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  • Joined: May 2009



So here’s the question…. / How does an artist make a living? I have sold many paintings, drawings, works of art over the years… I have exhibited in many galleries, both group exhibitions and solo, but I have never made what you would call a ‘living’ from my art. I have had fairly creative jobs but nothing that has trained me up for a proper career. / I have just grad…
Posted almost 6 years – 4 comments

Will these disgusting men EVER be stopped?

From The Daily Mail (UK), 1 August / How Chelsy Davy’s father, Chinese gangsters and a ruthless Mugabe henchman are linked by a vile trade that’s driving the Black Rhino to extinction / By Andrew Malone / Playfully butting his handler, Tatenda, a young black rhino, is frisky and mischievous. It is feeding time, and his nostrils are flaring at the scent of food. He munches on treats fr…
Posted over 8 years – 5 comments

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