Son of the Sun

“Do not mourn me Beloved One. You have work to do, Worker of Light.

I am forever with you.” Ingwavuma said to Linda Tucker in a dream……

Ingwavuma was a lion known as the Son of the Sun. He who speaks wise words was shot execution style. He died in the late afternoon as the sun set over Timbavati, on the 22nd of August 2000. On the last day of the month of Leo at the turn of the millennium. The shot was fired shortly before six. The timing was profoundly poignant.

Ingwavuma began to appear in Linda’s dreams as her spirit guide.

The winged lion of heraldry is the mythical animal that guards sacred knowledge.

The lion I used in this image was critically injured while hunting, wild in nature, and died shortly after he stretched and looked into the setting sun.

Price List

Description Size cm Edition Copies Price ZAR
Limited edition signed print on paper 30x45 250 5,000.00
Limited edition signed print on paper 50x75 150 7,500.00
Limited edition signed print on canvas 60x90 150 10,000.00
Limited edition signed print on canvas 75x115 100 15,000.00
Limited edition Collectors Box (all 23 images) 30x45 50 65,000.00
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Purchasing - Mystery of the White Lion Collection

The collection consists of 23 artworks created in Veronica Coetzer’s unique photomontage style that she developed to assist herself and other trauma and abuse victims in the healing process.

Each work is filled with meaningful imagery, symbols and motives that become evident upon close inspection. The works tell the story of the White Lion from the earliest days from the time of the Sabre Tooth and the First Man, through the time of the Pharaoh's till today.

Veronica has attached a short motivation with each work but the nature of the work allows for a different and personal interpretation that is unique to the viewer.

Each work is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Superior quality art paper, canvas and ink are used in the creation of these artworks. Each work is presented in a tube and the full set of 23 images in a special collector’s edition portfolio box. These prices exclude delivery and any taxes or duties should they be applicable in the country of destination.


Shipping/delivery is quoted per destination.

Duties and Taxes

These prices exclude taxes and any duties or clearing costs as these differ. Certain countries charge no duties on artworks.

14% Vat applies to South African purchases.

Delivery Times

You will receive your artwork within 21 working days of our having received payment in full. Whilst most purchasers will receive their works far quicker than 21 days this allows for those periods that the artist is on photographic safaris and works need to be personally signed.

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To illustrate the reconciliation between the male and the female principals I use the anchor (male) balanced by the (female) my daughter Monique, born on the same day as Credo Mutwa.