Adrie le Roux | Solo

Farrah was not a Dalmatian

The Drawing Room is pleased to present its first solo show by artist and illustrator Adrie le Roux.

The exhibition presents new work created by Adrie for a children’s book she has written and illustrated called ‘Farrah was not a Dalmatian’. The story follows the plight of Farrah, an English Pointer dismayed at her constant misidentification as a Dalmatian, and her efforts to be recognised for who she really is. Although it is a children’s book, the story brings in some tough themes like social identity and “othering”.

Farrah will be at The Drawing Room from 1 – 29 July 2015.

Exhibition opens on Wednesday 1 July, 6-8pm

The Drawing Room
87 Station Road, Observatory

Read reviews about the exhibition:
Bronwyn Mantel, Farrah was NOT a Dalmatian, Cape Town Etc. 1 July 2015

Adrie Le Roux is currently based in Pretoria where she works as a lecturer and freelance creative. She holds a degree in Fine Arts at the University of Pretoria in 2006, and an MPhil degree in Visual Arts (Illustration) from Stellenbosch University. She is currently working towards a PhD in Visual Arts through Stellenbosch University.

Her work is characterized by subtle, abstract compositions, which combine ink work, pencil drawing, painting & collage techniques. Her illustrative work sometimes ventures into mixed media, muted colours and bold texture. If sarcasm and compassion met in a bar, it might be one of Adrie’s illustrations.

A Dalmatian
Adrie le Roux, A Dalmatian
An English pointer
Adrie le Roux, An English pointer
Adrie le Roux, Dogs
Adrie le Roux, Dogs (colour)
Farrah and dalmatian
Adrie le Roux, Farrah and Dalmatian
Adrie le Roux, Fetch
Just a dog
Adrie le Roux, Just a dog
Adrie le Roux, Spots
They think i look like that
Adrie le Roux, They think i look like that
Farrah was not a Dalmatian
Adrie le Roux, Farrah was not a Dalmatian
Inside the Yard
Adrie le Roux, Inside the Yard