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Forbidden Fruit. Behind the reception desk.
Forbidden Fruit. Behind the reception desk.
Blue Moon. In the office of the general manager.
Forest Textures. In the hotel foyer.

Subtle Contrasts. Outside the Wild Info office.
Elements Of Ostrich. In the foyer.
Election 2004. This piece is privately owned.
Drought. In the hotel foyer.
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Wild Info Presents Beatrix Bosch

To find out what “Carrot Top Goes To The Carnival”, “Moss World”, “Forbidden Fruit” and “Subtle Contrasts” have in common, you should visit The Wilderness Hotel.

Retiring local artist, Beatrix Bosch, will be leaving Wilderness where she has been living since 1969, to retire in George.

In an exclusive interview, Beatrix told The Wild News that she will no longer be manufacturing the leather wall hangings that made her world famous.

Wild Info managed to ensure that the remainder of her work that is still in her possession will be on a permanent display for the world to see.

The Beatrix Bosch art pieces at The Wilderness Hotel were put up after The Wild News negotiated with the majority shareholder of the hotel and Beatrix Bosch, in order to have her artwork on a permanent exhibition in the hotel.

Each of her works carries a unique name. Guests entering the hotel are greeted with a piece by the name of “Trajectory”. On the wall behind the hotel reception, they will see “Forbidden fruit”, and another five of Beatrix’s works can be found in the foyer. Some of the larger exhibits are upstairs in the lounge area.

One of the wall hangings belongs to a private owner, who decided to have it in the hotel as part of the Beatrix Bosch swansong exhibition.

The history and names of the works, as well as the life story of the artist can be obtained from the Wild Info office situated in The Wilderness Hotel.

The exhibit at The Wilderness hotel will come to an end in January 2015.


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