From 2D to 3D: Wildlife Sculptor Bruce Little Presents ‘Touch Africa’

Bruce Little Touch Africa
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This September you can catch an exclusive look at the work of Bruce Little, a sculptor with a story as wild as his work. 
Growing up in the bushveld, Bruce Little fell in love with wildlife and turned that passion into a 20-year career in conservation, and subsequently art and wildlife photography. That combination has created ‘TOUCH AFRICA,’ an exhibition of a wide range of newly cast bronze sculptures alongside existing pieces, together with some of his original wildlife photography. The show will be a preview of Bruce’s second solo exhibition at the Mall Galleries in St James, Central London.
Bruce Little Touch Africa
Bruce Little/Supplied

The opening also coincides with the artist’s move to Cape Town and the official opening of his own space, The Bruce Little Gallery in Stellenbosch.

‘TOUCH AFRICA’ opens at 10 am on Saturday the 23rd, ahead of Heritage Day at the Bruce Little Gallery, on the corner of Church and Bird Street, Stellenbosch. Admission to the exhibition is free.

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