Andile Dyalvane in Palo Alto

South African ceramics artist Andile Dyalvane visited the Palo Alto home of former arts commissioner Terry Acebo Davis on Sunday, July 26, during his local residency.

South African ceramics artist Andile Dyalvane visited the Palo Alto home of former arts commissioner Terry Acebo Davis on Sunday, July 26, during his local residency.

Andile Dyalvane, an emerging artist from Cape Town, South Africa, who works in ceramics and painted, scarified leather, is in residency at the Palo Alto Art Center thru August 2, 2015. He is producing a body of work in conduction with the ceramics shop steward Gary Clarien, some of which will be made for sale in the art center gallery. As a resident of the center, Dyalvane is available for students, collectors and the merely curious at various hours during his term, similar to the program featuring Ehren Tool in 2014. He led a masters’ class last Friday, and gave a lecture July 14. He has shown his work in Cape Town, Taipai China, France, Santa Fe, New Mexico. His native language is Xhosa, but learned English at age 18. He is founder and co-director of Imiso Gallery in Cape Town.

Here is a gallery of he and or his recent work:

andiledyalvanepaacworks

andilepaacshake

andileincapetownlisawallace2014

andiledyalvanenichluxe

well we should really generate more content and reviews from this local visit
This is from the New York Times, by Sarah Khan:
andiledyalvanebysarahnankinnytimes2014

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Mark Weiss, founder of Plastic Alto blog, is a concert promoter and artist manager in Palo Alto, as Earthwise Productions, with background as journalist, advertising copywriter, book store returns desk, college radio producer, city council and commissions candidate, high school basketball player; he also sang in local choir, and fronts an Allen Ginsberg tribute Beat Hotel Rm 32
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