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About MUD

MUD is an impressive and unusual art gallery built using natural locally sourced materials – and mud. This Fine Art Gallery showcases a wonderful selection of paintings, sculpture, ceramics, metalwork and traditional African art. Afterwards you can have a bite to eat in the little Eco garden.

Telephone:
+27 (0) 28 572 1950
Website:
www.mudgallery.co.za
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