Completed mural in Parow Cape Town

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Parow mural in progress

Work in progress on a new wall situated in the Parow station arcade Cape Town
With hundreds of people passing by daily on route to the train station this is a very diverse area with people from all over.

At first I wanted to paint a portrait of and pay tribute to someone working in the area.
I spent a day meeting interesting people and taking their portraits

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Walk&Talk public art festival Azores Portugal

Rua da solidaridade /The road of solidarity
Mural painted for Walk&Talk public art festival Azores Portugal

My intention with this and all my murals is to create an artwork that has meaning to the community who will live with the mural.

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I was invited to participate at the Matheran Green Festival 2015 in India

My experience of painting this wall was unforgettable!
Everyone looked after me and just wanted to help me.
The conditions were pretty extreme but with the help of so many people the process was enjoyable
I was treated so well and I think people really appreciated this mural.
The entire experience in India was nothing short of Magic

The murals title is ‘EARTH’ and is the continuation a series of works looking at and fragmenting the relationship between human and nature.

Special thanks to Sukant for making this happen

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Photos courtesy of Megan King

Fading Silence

My new print is now available through Dangerfork here:…/ricky-lee-gordon-fading-silence/

Mixed Media – giclée print with Metallic gold screen printed layer
Hahnemule German Etching 310gsm
42 x 60cm
Edition of 5, signed and numbered

$350 (With hand finished Black Oil painted background)

$250 (Without hand finish)

New mural: The Abstract and the Absolute

I have just completed a new mural here in Melbourne as part of my residency body of work; ‘The abstract and the absolute’ witch explores the relationship between human and nature and how it has become so distant and filtered behind a lens or a screen. This experience becomes a photocopy of another copy distorted and abstracted through reproduction.
The idea is that the mural is not a painting of nature but rather a painting of a photocopy of nature.


Everfresh Studio is working towards having a full time International Artist Residency. We have been honoured to have Ricky Lee Gordon (AKA Freddy Sam) from Cape Town as our first resident.

Freddy Sam Exhibition April 22

Everfresh studio and Dangerfork Print Co & Gallery are pleased to present an exhibition of paintings and a print release by current artist in residence Ricky Lee Gordon (Freddy Sam) from Cape Town, South Africa

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Everfresh residency - Melbourne, Australia

I have landed in Melbourne for a 3 week residency with Everfresh studio.
Im the first official resident (test pilot) .

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Art southAFRICA interview

Art South Africa magazine interview in studio.

Solo show: THE NATURE OF OUR PRESENCE Artwork, opening night and gallery view photos.

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