Gallery Delta

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Hie Helen and Derek am now based in south africa since 2014 and just wanted to show you my latest ceramic sculptures
Abstracts hand made stone sculptures.
Is this still available pls?
Dearest Helen and Derrek, sending you much much love!
Spring stone sculpture titled, awaiting for my time to fly.
Sculpture theme: Everyone has a time to explore and reach greater heights in life. No matter how hard and rough the road seems to be, what matters most is to pick ourselves up and try allover!

Foundation for Art and the Humanities Established in 1975, Gallery Delta is an important venue in Harare for changing exhibitions of Zimbabwean paintings, graphics, mixed media sculptures and ceramics.

The gallery is situated in the former home of Robert Paul (1906 – 1980), now regarded as Zimbabwe’s finest landscape painter. Built in 1894 it may well be the oldest extant house in the city and, now restored, provides a unique historical, architectural and artistic environment for the presentation and sale of contemporary art. This website aims to provide information about Zimbabwean contemporary

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Building an art gallery in the midst of war in Zimbabwe 27/07/2021

Building an art gallery in the midst of war in Zimbabwe

https://theconversation.com/building-an-art-gallery-in-the-midst-of-war-in-zimbabwe-164973

Building an art gallery in the midst of war in Zimbabwe Gallerist and writer Robert Huggins and his wife, the artist Helen Lieros, have passed away. But their lives are a testament to what kind of impact one African art gallery can have.

20/07/2021

DEREK HUGGINS
1940 - 2021

The Board of Trustees and the Gallery Delta Community extend their most sincere condolences to the Huggins and Lieros families, on the passing away of Derek Huggins; loving husband to Helen Lieros, brother to Mary and David. Derek was the Co-Founder of the Gallery Delta and instrumental within the artistic community since the 1970s. His contribution to the arts is immeasurable.

Derek is best known for his role of founding and running the Gallery Delta, first at Little Chelsea on Robert Mugabe Road (1975-1991), then at Robert Paul’s Old House, 110 Livingstone Ave, Harare (1991 - 2021). He has been integral in the seminal moments of of some of Zimbabwe’s most well-known artists, and during the long story of Gallery Delta, maintained professional relationships with some of the beacons of Zimbabwean art; Arthur Azvedo, Cosmos Shiridzinomwa, Helen Leiros, Luis Meques, Masimba Hwati and Virginia Chihota, amidst others.

Derek’s writing was included in various publications during the 2000s. His own book, a collection of short stories entitled Stained Earth was published in 2004. He authored the extraordinary book Eleni Lierou/Helen Lieros mural paintings : the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel at Maputo, Mozambique, 1996-2000 (2015) with contributions from Jean Luc Duval and Anna Lazou. It is characteristic of Derek, that his efforts were so often directed towards illuminating Helen’s work.

Derek was affectionately known around the Gallery as Sekuru. His relationship with his friends and colleagues was personal and caring, he was a man of gentle humour, unparalleled compassion and kindness. He gave of himself entirely, to the arts and more significantly, to the artist; to none more than his beloved wife, Helen. Integrity, honesty and humility are seldom seen as visibly as they were in Derek. We have lost one of the righteous men of the world, but his example to us lives on, as does his legacy to the Visual Arts of Zimbabwe.

DEREK HUGGINS
1940 - 2021

The Board of Trustees and the Gallery Delta Community extend their most sincere condolences to the Huggins and Lieros families, on the passing away of Derek Huggins; loving husband to Helen Lieros, brother to Mary and David. Derek was the Co-Founder of the Gallery Delta and instrumental within the artistic community since the 1970s. His contribution to the arts is immeasurable.

Derek is best known for his role of founding and running the Gallery Delta, first at Little Chelsea on Robert Mugabe Road (1975-1991), then at Robert Paul’s Old House, 110 Livingstone Ave, Harare (1991 - 2021). He has been integral in the seminal moments of of some of Zimbabwe’s most well-known artists, and during the long story of Gallery Delta, maintained professional relationships with some of the beacons of Zimbabwean art; Arthur Azvedo, Cosmos Shiridzinomwa, Helen Leiros, Luis Meques, Masimba Hwati and Virginia Chihota, amidst others.

Derek’s writing was included in various publications during the 2000s. His own book, a collection of short stories entitled Stained Earth was published in 2004. He authored the extraordinary book Eleni Lierou/Helen Lieros mural paintings : the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of the Archangels Michael and Gabriel at Maputo, Mozambique, 1996-2000 (2015) with contributions from Jean Luc Duval and Anna Lazou. It is characteristic of Derek, that his efforts were so often directed towards illuminating Helen’s work.

Derek was affectionately known around the Gallery as Sekuru. His relationship with his friends and colleagues was personal and caring, he was a man of gentle humour, unparalleled compassion and kindness. He gave of himself entirely, to the arts and more significantly, to the artist; to none more than his beloved wife, Helen. Integrity, honesty and humility are seldom seen as visibly as they were in Derek. We have lost one of the righteous men of the world, but his example to us lives on, as does his legacy to the Visual Arts of Zimbabwe.

[07/19/21]   The Funeral Service of the late Helen Lieros will take place at 10:00AM on Wednesday 21st July, 2021, at the Greek Orthodox Holy Trinity Cathedral, Harare. Covid rules apply, there shall be a list of attendees at the gate.

Attendees are being notified.

The ceremony will be streamed over the internet via the following link: https://www.area46.co.zw/helenlieros/

15/07/2021

HELEN LIEROS

The Board of Trustees and the Gallery Delta Community extend their most sincere condolences to the Lieros and Huggins families, on the passing away of Helen Lieros; loving wife to Derek, Artist, Mentor, Teacher, and Co-Founder of the Gallery Delta. Helen was an inspiration to a great many people, and has been a central pillar within Zimbabwean Visual Arts for over five decades.

Her work is held in the Permanent Collection of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, the Cabinet des Estamps and Centre de la Gravure, Geneva and the Museum of African Arts, Paris, among many others. She was the first recipient of the President’s Award of Honour at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe (1990), and the recipient of a National Arts Merit Award. It is perhaps her murals of the Greek Orthodox Church in Maputo that best represent her life and career. A work that transcends cultural, religious, nationalistic and artistic barriers. A work that celebrates both the tragedy and triumph of humanity, that expresses vividly, the artist’s zeal for life, passion for the arts and her great faith.

Through the foundation of the Gallery Delta, and her work as a teacher, she has impacted the lives of hundreds of people. For some, it has been an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts, for others the discovery of unseen creativity, and others still, the understanding of what it means to be a great teacher in the fullest sense of the word; to have belief in the people around you. She has been both nurturing and influential in the careers of many of Zimbabwe’s most prominent artists, some who have begun their careers at Gallery Delta, and who in some way, will carry forwards her legacy.

We will miss Helen’s passion, energy and force of life more than can be written. She leaves both an impact and a considerable void at this time. Her contribution to the arts will be forever cemented in the Zimbabwean story.

HELEN LIEROS

The Board of Trustees and the Gallery Delta Community extend their most sincere condolences to the Lieros and Huggins families, on the passing away of Helen Lieros; loving wife to Derek, Artist, Mentor, Teacher, and Co-Founder of the Gallery Delta. Helen was an inspiration to a great many people, and has been a central pillar within Zimbabwean Visual Arts for over five decades.

Her work is held in the Permanent Collection of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, the Cabinet des Estamps and Centre de la Gravure, Geneva and the Museum of African Arts, Paris, among many others. She was the first recipient of the President’s Award of Honour at the National Gallery of Zimbabwe (1990), and the recipient of a National Arts Merit Award. It is perhaps her murals of the Greek Orthodox Church in Maputo that best represent her life and career. A work that transcends cultural, religious, nationalistic and artistic barriers. A work that celebrates both the tragedy and triumph of humanity, that expresses vividly, the artist’s zeal for life, passion for the arts and her great faith.

Through the foundation of the Gallery Delta, and her work as a teacher, she has impacted the lives of hundreds of people. For some, it has been an understanding and appreciation of the visual arts, for others the discovery of unseen creativity, and others still, the understanding of what it means to be a great teacher in the fullest sense of the word; to have belief in the people around you. She has been both nurturing and influential in the careers of many of Zimbabwe’s most prominent artists, some who have begun their careers at Gallery Delta, and who in some way, will carry forwards her legacy.

We will miss Helen’s passion, energy and force of life more than can be written. She leaves both an impact and a considerable void at this time. Her contribution to the arts will be forever cemented in the Zimbabwean story.

29/05/2021

Past & Present: An exhibition of paintings, graphics and found object sculpture with works by multiple artists. Sponsored by Alliance Française Harare and Alliance Française Bulawayo. Opened by His Excellency Mr. Laurent Chevallier, Ambassador of France to the Republic of Zimbabwe on Saturday, 29th May, 2021. Open to the public from 1300. Available online at https://gallerydelta.com/exhibition/past-present-2021/

Past & Present: An exhibition of paintings, graphics and found object sculpture with works by multiple artists. Sponsored by Alliance Française Harare and Alliance Française Bulawayo. Opened by His Excellency Mr. Laurent Chevallier, Ambassador of France to the Republic of Zimbabwe on Saturday, 29th May, 2021. Open to the public from 1300. Available online at https://gallerydelta.com/exhibition/past-present-2021/

20/11/2020

German Embassy Harare

No plans for tomorrow evening yet ? Then join us for a movie night 🍿🎥 at 6 p.m. @ Gallery Delta. We will present the movie „Too far away“ at the (covered) amphitheater, followed by snacks and drinks in the garden.
Few seats left, so go and grab your free ticket on the following link:
https://guestli.st/668838

29/02/2020

Kenmore Maruta, “Grave Worshipper”, 2020. Oil on Canvas (photograph David Brazier). Currently on show in the exhibition
Artists in the Stream X

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24/02/2020

Tanaka Dongo, “Ishe Ndimambo” 2020. Ink on Paper.
(Photograph, David Brazier).
Showing in Artists in the Stream X
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#gallery #art #contemporaryart #instaart #zimbabweanart #zimbabweanartist #creative

17/02/2020

“Head Lice”, Kundai Nathan, 2020. Mixed Media.
Showing at Artists in the Stream X
#gallery #art #contemporaryart #artsy #fineart #exhibition #kunst

gallerydelta.com 06/12/2016

The Annual ‘Summer’ Exhibition

Paintings, graphics, ceramics and mixed media sculptures including works by Arthur Azevedo, Virginia Chihota, Lindsay Ford, Tafadzwa Gwetai, Lovemore Kambudzi, Helen Lieros, Webster Mubayirenyi, Clive Mukucha, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Fungai Mwale, Daryl Nero, Thakor Patel, Kate Raath, Greg Shaw, Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Freddy Tauro, Richard Witikani and Johnson Zuze To be opened by Mrs. Ruth Huber, Ambassador of Switzerland on Tuesday, 13th December, 2016 at 5.30.p.m… [ 36 more words ]

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/the-annual-summer-exhibition-3/

gallerydelta.com Paintings, graphics, ceramics and mixed media sculptures including works by various artists. To be opened by Mrs. Ruth Huber, Ambassador of Switzerland on Tuesday, 13th December, 2016 at 5.30.p.m

gallerydelta.com 08/11/2016

The Beginnings

An exhibition of paintings by Cosmas Shiridzinomwa To be opened by Mr. Frank Maier Chargé d’Affaires a.i., Embassy of Germany Tuesday, 15th November, 2016 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon the same day.

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/the-beginnings/

gallerydelta.com An exhibition of paintings by Cosmas Shiridzinomwa. To be opened by Mr. Frank Maier, Chargé d’Affaires a.i., Embassy of Germany on Tuesday, 15th November, 2016 at 5.30.p.m.

gallerydelta.com 05/10/2016

L-I-N-K II Man & beast

L-I-N-K II Man & beast
An exhibition of intrigue and fantasy - paintings and graphics by
KAMBUDZI – MAHUFE – MASAMVU – MUGOROSA – SALANJE
To be opened by Mr. Gift Sibanda, Chairman, Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trust Thursday, 13th October, 2016 at 5.30.p.m. Exhibition duration until mid November. Previewing from noon the same day. Sponsored by: Culture Fund/Sweden/European Union Partnership

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/l-i-n-k-ii-man-beast/

Culture Fund

gallerydelta.com An exhibition of intrigue and fantasy – paintings and graphics by KAMBUDZI – MAHUFE – MASAMVU – MUGOROSA – SALANJE. To be opened by Mr. Gift Sibanda, Chairman, Culture Fund of Zimbabwe Trus…

gallerydelta.com 30/08/2016

Landmark

An exhibition of landscape paintings with works by Lindsay Ford, Gilbert Jonasi, Lovemore Kambudzi, Helen Lieros, Webster Mubairenyi, Mostaff Muchawaya, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Batsirayi Muskwe, Daryl Nero, Robert Paul (1906-1980), Kate Raath and Cosmas Shiridzinomwa on Tuesday, 6th September, 2016 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon the same day. Exhibition duration until early October.

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/landmark/

gallerydelta.com An exhibition of landscape paintings with works by multiple artists. Opening on Tuesday, 6th September, 2016 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon the same day. Exhibition duration until early October.

gallerydelta.com 19/07/2016

Gallery Delta Benefit / Collector’s Exhibition

An exhibition of paintings, graphics, ceramics and sculptures including works by Arthur Azevedo, Simon Back, Berry Bickle, Tafadzwa Gwetai, Masimba Hwati, Richard Jack, Rashid Jogee, Lovemore Kambudzi, Admire Kamudzengerere, Helen Lieros, Shepherd Mahufe, Wallen Mapondera, Misheck Masamvu, Munyaradzai Mazarire, Luis Meque (1966-1998) Clive Mukucha, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Daryl Nero, Victor Nyakauru, Thakor Patel, Kate Raath, Gregory Shaw, Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Freddy Tauro, and more... http://gallerydelta.com/preview/gallery-delta-benefit-collectors-exhibition/

gallerydelta.com An exhibition of paintings, graphics, ceramics and sculptures including works by various artists. To be opened by Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Artist-Painter, on Tuesday, 26th July, 2016 at 5.30.p.m.

herald.co.zw 22/06/2016

Lieros: Multifaceted, exceptional artist | The Herald

http://www.herald.co.zw/lieros-multifaceted-exceptional-artist/

herald.co.zw Mujuru’s Zimbabwe People First project sinkingRussia, China must step up fight against Imperialism Lieros: Multifaceted, exceptional artist June 17, 2016 Costa Mano Entertainment Helen LierosStephen Garan’anga : Visual ArtWhen we took up our artistic arms decades ago to venture into professional vis...

gallerydelta.com 09/06/2016

L-I-N-K

An exhibition of paintings, graphics and sculptures by AZEVEDO – LIEROS – MAPONDERA – PATEL – SHAW To be opened by Ms. Maria Selin Chargé d'affaires, Embassy of Sweden Tuesday, 14th June, 2016 at 5.30.p.m. Exhibition duration until mid July Sponsored by: Culture Fund/Sweden/European Union Partnership

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/l-i-n-k/

gallerydelta.com An exhibition of paintings, graphics and sculptures by AZEVEDO – LIEROS – MAPONDERA – PATEL – SHAW

gallerydelta.com 17/05/2016

Mural Paintings

The story and depiction of an extraordinary artistic undertaking by the Zimbabwean artist Helen Lieros to paint huge murals in the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Archangels Michael and Gabriel at Maputo, Mozambiqueover the period 1996 - 2013. This 300 page book traces, through its generous illustrations of the murals, drawings, sketches and descriptive texts, the artist’s struggle - mentally, physically, artistically and spiritually – [ 47 more words. ]

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/mural-paintings/

gallerydelta.com The story and depiction of an extraordinary artistic undertaking by the Zimbabwean artist Helen Lieros to paint huge murals in the Greek Orthodox Cathedral of Archangels Michael and Gabriel at Mapu…

gallerydelta.com 09/03/2016

Terra IV

An exhibition of landscape paintings with works by Brian Bradshaw, Gilbert Jonasi, Helen Lieros, Valentine Magutsa, Webster Mubayirenyi, Mostaff Muchawaya, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Batsirai Muskwe, Daryl Nero, Robert Paul, Kate Raath, Greg Shaw, Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Martin Van der Spuy and Richard Witikani on Tuesday, 15th March, 2016 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon the same day Exhibition duration until mid April.

http://gallerydelta.com/preview/terra-iv/

gallerydelta.com An exhibition of landscape paintings with works by various artists.

new.gallerydelta.com 07/12/2015

The Annual ‘Summer’ Exhibition

Paintings, graphics, ceramics and mixed media sculptures by Arthur Azevedo, Virginia Chihota, Tafadzwa Gwetai, Masimba Hwati, James Jali, Lovemore Kambudzi, Admire Kamudzengerere, Helen Lieros, Wallen Mapondera, Misheck Masamvu, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Thakor Patel, Kate Raath, Anusa Salanje, Greg Shaw, Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Freddy Tauro, Marjorie Wallace, Richard Witikani. To be opened by Ms. Susan Mutangadura, Chairperson, The Culture Fund on Thursday, 17th December, 2015 at 5.30.p.m Previewing from noon the same day. Exhibition duration until January end, 2016. Sponsored by the Culture Fund

http://gallerydelta.com/news/the-annual-summer-exhibition-2015/

new.gallerydelta.com Paintings, graphics, ceramics and mixed media sculptures by multiple artists.

new.gallerydelta.com 07/09/2015

Art and Artifacts

An exhibition of contemporary works by Masimba Hwati, Admire Kamudzengere, Vimbainashe Mangoma, Wallen Mapondera, Misheck Masamvu, Munyaradzi Mugorosa, Victor Nyakauro, Thakor Patel, Greg Shaw, Cosmas Shiridzinomwa, Albert Wachi, Marjorie Wallace and Traditional African Artifacts from Dendera Gallery. To be opened by His Excellency, Mr. Luciano Lavizzari, Ambassador of Switzerland on Thursday, 10th September, 2015 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing from noon the same day. Exhibition duration until early October.

http://new.gallerydelta.com/news/art-and-artifacts/

new.gallerydelta.com An exhibition of contemporary works by various artists, To be opened by His Excellency, Mr. Luciano Lavizzari, Ambassador of Switzerland on Thursday, 10th September, 2015 at 5.30.p.m. Previewing fr...

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