1985 at Gaborone National Museum and Art Gallery with painter Fiona Flint.
1986 at Gaborone National Museum and Art Gallery with 'Pelegano Pottery' founded in Gabane village
1987 National Museum, Environmental statements.
1990 'Artists in Botswana' Exhibition at the National Museum Gaborone.

2nd price won
1991 'Artists in Botswana' National Exhibition at the Gaborone National Museum.

Award won.
1992 'Artists in Botswana Exhibition' at the
Gaborone National Museum and Art gallery.

Award won.
1994 'Back to Nature' Exhibition with painters Ann Gollifer and Frances Combs.
1996, 97 and 1998 'Artists in Botswana' Exhibitions at the National Museum.

One Award won.
2001 'Artists in Botswana' Exhibition at the National Museum.

Silver medal won.
2002 'Inspiration Africa' at Botswana craft Gallery with textile artist Barbara Reed.
2003 'Artists in Botswana' Exhibition at the National Museum and Art Gallery.

Second price won.

2004 Exhibition 'Messages' with John Monnakgosi (recycle artist), Eunice Botes (pottery) and Angelika Orford (sculpture) at Thapong gallery (see article under 'write ups').

2007 Exhibition 'Looking at Africa' with painter Petra Rohr-Rouendaal a Botswana craft gallery.




2008 Exhibition 'Botswana' at the book launch of Ken Follett with Petra Rohr Rouendaal at Stevenage UK
(see article under 'write ups').


2009 Exhibition with painter Veryan Edwards at Tshedisa Institute Gaborone
2009 In collaboration with 'Kuru development projects D'kar', Exhibition of pots painted by the Kuru San Artists at the National Museum and Art Gallery.


2009 Exhibition 'Day by Day' with work by photographer Robert Semeniuk and Petra Rohr Rouendaal at Alliance Francaise Gaborone.
2010 Exhibition in 'the powerhouse' in Kassel, Germany
2011 Exhibition "Feuer und Erde" in castle Kampehl, East Germany
2012 Exhibition "Inspiration Africa" with painter and sculptor Petra-Rohr Rouendaal in The Barn gallery, Henley on Arden, United Kingdom

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