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OBSERVED - DRAGON FLY
SPECIMENS I MELLLA
SPECIMENS II BEETLES
Calla Beddow Harare - Zimbabwe
Calla Beddow is also represented by
Patrick Mavros London & Patrck Mavros Harare
Heatherleys School of Fine Art, Foundation Year, 2011
2014 Celebration of 2014, the Chinese Year of the Horse. Harare.
2014 DSWAY Short listed Show, Mall galleries, London
2014 Calla Beddow with Patrick Mavros and Ardmore Ceramics,
Patrick Mavros Flagship Store, London
2011 DSWAY Short listed Show, Mall galleries, London
2009 -2013 various group shows and four solo shows in Harare.
The Zim Artist Magazine, 2013.
Modern Artist Gallery, Whitchurch on Thames Oxon RG8 7EX UK
The Cape Gallery, Cape Town, SA
Works held in private collections in Zimbabwe, South Africa,
Denmark, London, France, New Zealand and Australia. California, Florida
and New York, USA.
Bees & Moths Works on Paper
All Works are Framed.
- Considering the 'Butterfly Effect' The flapping wing represents a
small change in the initial condition of the system, which causes a chain of
events leading to large scale alterations of events. Had the butterfly/moth not
flapped its wings, the trajectory of the system might have been vastly
As summarised by Edward
Lorenz, American mathematician, meteorologist and pioneer of Chaos Theory:
'When the past determines the future, but the approximate present does not approximately determine the future'.
Elephant Herd Painting
My etheric elephants! I just
love how the young one in the middle is totally oblivious to anything around
him, as his mum just behind him, in contrast the baby under its mother on the
left of the painting is very cautious and hides behind while his mother looks
up threateningly - these young animals are mirroring their mothers, as if told.
It is such a privilege to be able to observe Elephant behaviour within a herd.
Shortlisted for the David
Shepherd Wild life foundation's Wildlife Artist of the Year competition. One of
my favourite subjects, he has allowed me to sit very close to him, to study the
relief of his skin, feel the warmth of his breath and to enter that very
special space with a wild elephant, comforted by his gentle amber eye. He will
be sorely missed by me and many others, as he was shot by hunters.
This has inspired a collaring project to try and save the others like him n the
area. We are lucky enough to be supported by Dr. Iain Douglas-Hamilton.