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Kooness

Ayanda Phasha

1991
Johannesburg, South Africa

6 Works exhibited on Kooness

Current location

Johannesburg

Represented by

Works by Ayanda Phasha

Communion

2021

51.6 x 59.4cm

800,00 €

Second Nature

2021

51.6 x 59.4cm

800,00 €

To Gather

2021

51.6 x 59.4cm

800,00 €

Trinity II

2021

51.6 x 59.4cm

800,00 €

Trinity I

2021

51.6 x 59.4cm

800,00 €

Afloat

2021

51.6 x 59.4cm

900,00 €

A multidisciplinary artist, visual communication designer and ideator. 

Born in Springs, east of Johannesburg, Ayanda Phasha creates inspiring, visually sustainable solutions for our dynamic generation. As a multi-talented artist, designer and entrepreneur, her expansive range of skills include photography, drawing, painting, visual communication design and creative brand advisory.

Through her simple yet tasteful approach to art and design, her work is always underpinned by a strong conceptual foundation. After acquiring a post-graduate degree in Graphic Design from the University of Johannesburg in 2013, Ayanda ensued her career as a designer in some of South Africa’s renowned creative agencies. Her primary passion in the visual communication space includes layout design, illustration, exploring colour and texture dynamics, as well as storytelling through visuals. 

Ayanda has continued to develop her interest in the arts, producing a range of paintings, fine-line drawings, photography and mixed-media collages. She has created compelling artworks for a wide clientele including musicians, best-seller authors and publishers as well as corporate brands. Ayanda’s artistry and book cover design flair has been recognized by the African Honoree Authors Awards (2021), the Africa Book and Design Festival (wherein a number of the titles she designed were shortlisted for honors) as well as winning a national book cover design competition by PanMacmillan South Africa. Drawing inspiration from her love of African literature and fashion, Ayanda’s recent bold yet graceful photographic collages, from the group exhibition Bathini Abafazi at Gallery Fanon, grapple with the intense and necessary process of self-consolidation in the context of womanhood.