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Good Taste 2015 - Execujet 2011 - Treat 2013 - House and Leisure April 2009 - Arabella Life 2009 - Elgin Grabouwer October 2008
 Hermanus Times January 2008 - Cape Times 2005 - Cape Argus 2005

GOOD TASTE MAGAZINE November 2015




                        
 
TREAT MAGAZINE December 2013




EXECUJET MAGAZINE December 2011




House and Leisure - April 2009

Bronze sculpture by South African sculptor Louis Chanu

POLISHED ACT

I am a sculptor – a hands-on person,’ says Louis Chanu of the art he has been passionate about since he was a child. ‘I love creating new things, and with bronze you are unlimited in what you can achieve in terms of colour, shape, texture, movement and delicateness.’ His favourite piece is ‘Attitude’, the first work he ever completed. ‘When I finally rubbed the beeswax on that sculpture I couldn’t believe I had done it.’ He’s not the only person enthusiastic about his sculptures – Louis was the featured artist at the opening of the Kanonkop Wine Estate Art Gallery last year, and Johann Rupert and Richard Branson have both added his pieces to their art collections. Louis Chanu, 021-859-3419, chanuart.co.za

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Bronze sculpture by South African sculptor Louis Chanu

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Bronze sculpture by South African sculptor Louis Chanu

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Bronze sculpture by South African sculptor Louis Chanu

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Bronze sculpture by South African sculptor Louis Chanu

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Bronze sculpture by South African sculptor Louis Chanu
 
 
Louis Chanu lives in the Elgin Valley, near Cape Town, South Africa 
E-mail: louis@chanuart.co.za Tel: +27 (0) 21 859 3419
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Bronze  Sculptures of female and male figures and animals by South African sculptor  Louis Chanu