Blah Blah Education morse code


Artists: Collaborative work by Verna Du Toit, Laresa Perlman

Medium : Pen and Ink, atomized acrylic and ink on paper

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Size:  Art work 43 cm x 56 cm framed

{Framed with Art glass, anti-reflective, UV protected}

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Every person comes into life as a unique expression of source consciousness. The socialization process of our current world disables the process which allows a child to unfold into their own unique blueprint. We are conditioned to believe, that the approval of others, will result in our success, fulfilment, and happiness.

From an early age we learn to discard qualities we believe to be inferior or inappropriate, in favour of qualities we feel will get us love and acceptance.

The term “sheeple” refers to people, who lack the ability to think for themselves, thus we chose to use sheep as a metaphor in this series.

This artwork has been created using morse code to spell out the words “Blah Blah.”

The term as well as the blindfolded sheep, refers to social conditioning and the programming within our educational system. We are led to believe that the only way to gain knowledge and wisdom is through formal educational institutions. Yet life is our greatest teacher, and the deepest wisdom comes from within.



This artwork is a collaboration by artists, Laresa Perlman & Verna du Toit. Verna drew the sheep in pen and ink and Laresa created the lines of morse code, spelling out the words "Blah Blah" by using an airbrush with acrylics and inks


Modigliani mixed media 200 gsm paper


All unique work, comes with a certificate of authenticity and the artists embossed logo on the artwork

Art Glass

This artwork is framed in Art Glass.
ARTGLASS AR 70: Artglass AR 70 reveals true colours and texture of the art. Thanks to its anti-reflective coating, which reduces unwanted reflections to less than 1%, nothing will prevent one from viewing the actual content of the framed item. Moreover Artglass AR 70™ has a smooth surface that allows for details to emerge unaltered. The glass is low iron glass (no green tint) and has a green reflection.