“Art for me is a process of experimentation, discovery, design and color. My goal is to create art that is inspiring and a delight to the eye of the viewers. I create with a Mixed Media genre new to the Art World, i.d., using melted crayons and fabric paint. Shaving crayons onto a canvas, a household iron is used to melt, combine and shape the colors into a design. The side of the iron and the pointed end of the paint tube becomes my brush. Bright colors, along with a 3-D effect, and much action, culminate in a work of art”.
The pictures on display her are from Ms. Gondwe's "Zebra Series". "March of the Dancing Zebra Trees", 24" x 36" on canvas, received Best in Show at the Fluvanna County Art Association Annual Art Show in 2016. The two other photos are:
"The Dancing Zebra Tree", 12" x 18" which received First Place at the Fluvanna County Fair in 2015, and, "The Frolicking Zebra Tree", 20" x 30".
The "Fluvanna County Review" states that Gondwe is an artist to keep your eye on due to her unique style of painting". Currently you can see her paintings displayed at Random Row Brewery on Preston Avenue til end of March; Two paintings displayed with the BozArt Gallery at The Senior Center on Hillsdale Drive til the end of April; and in Palmyra, paintings at Angel's School of Music and Dance til mid-April; two paintings at the Fluvanna County Art Association Annual Show at the Fluvanna County Library.