Hanna von Maltitz (1951– ) is the youngest of 5 children
from an artistic family of a water-colorist, sculptor, dancer and
musician-marionetteer. She discovered Anthroposophy in Dornach in
1974 and her life became devoted to this Movement — her two
daughters and now two grand children attending the Waldorf Schools.
She sold paintings extensively at the Johannesburg Waldorf School
Market and moved to Cape Town in 2004 to do three solo exhibitions
at the Novalis Ubuntu Institute. The fourth solo is due in November
Hanna is active in the Christian Community as server and trustee member
and involved in the Community retirement cottages. She has published two
fantasy novels and loves writing articles, novels and plays and does
translations from French and German. Currently she is translating Dr
Steiner's German lectures given during 1908. She enjoys sailing,
swimming, kayaking on the sea and photography. For two years she lived
in France but returned to settle permanently in Cape Town. She is never
without her sketchbook although her paintings are all developed out of a
play of color without mental planning. The choice of color is born from
the mood of the day, or movement develops the gesture. Her oil paintings
have evolved out of watercolour veil paintings according to the teachings
of Collot D'Herbois.
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