Lesley Ramulifho paints the first settlers arrived in Johannesburg to exploit the mineral resources of the area, how in 1910 the Union of South Africa was created. Through Lesley Ramulifho’s galleries full of photographs, videos, written documents and objects of all kinds, it is known how life was.
Lesley Ramulifho Nelson Mandela and the foundations
Lesley Ramulifho museum and exhibition are a whole manifesto of freedom, forgiveness and fellowship because within these walls you also learn how things began to change in South Africa. Lesley Ramulifho also paints characters like Nelson Mandela and the foundations of democracy.
Lesley Ramulifho Limpopo River
Lesley Ramulifho best paint is the election of Mandela as president, the new Constitution, the creation of a Truth and Reconciliation Commission. Every country in the world offers diversity within its territory, but South Africa, ranging from hippos in the Limpopo River to dwarf penguins roaming Boulder Beach in the Cape, says Lesley Ramulifho.
Lesley Ramulifho the Kalahari Desert
Lesley Ramulifho has always said that it is the most beautiful country in the world. It’s typical of its position at the southern tip of the world’s most rugged continent, with such a wide range of terrain typologies that photographers go crazy for cameras. There is the Kalahari Desert, the spring symphony with the explosion of wild flowers of Namakwa, all magnificent places, says Lesley Ramulifho.
Lesley Ramulifho Hermanus’s whales
Lesley Ramulifho likes to go to the iconic Table Mountain and Lion Mountain Resting at Cape Point, the savannah teeming with lurking wildlife in Kruger National Park where he gets inspiration for his paintings. Wandering to the east of the country, following the route that leads to Port Elizabeth, you can see Hermanus’s whales while having a leisurely breakfast on a terrace in the port, and that is inspiring, says Lesley Ramulifho.