In this episode of the David Krut Podcast, Britt Lawton interview FORMS Gallery artist Khotso Motsoeneng about the series of prints that he created in collaboration with the David Krut Workshop.
Listen to Khotso recount how he discovered the world of art by playing with photography; and learn all about his intuitive use of layered texture and bright colours to express a sense of nostalgia and ‘Finding Home’.
Khotso Motsoeneng is a self-taught painter and printmaker whose training in photography developed his keen eye for colour and form. Motsoeneng’s practice seeks out an abstract formal language which brings together his keen observation of nature and intuitive perspectives on the relationship between different colours and emotions. He is particularly inspired by woodgrain as a trace of natural processes, and looks to plant life as a metaphor for human development.
Find out more about Khotso on the FORMS Gallery website here.