Contemplating the various ways in which one can be brave and the implications of that in creative practice, Dlamini explores color, texture, and form. Working outside of the norms of the discipline of painting, he began experimenting with a new process of cutting, stitching, and collaging. In Jaymirys Craveiro the artist carves out parts of the canvas in various shapes, allowing the viewer to see the skeleton of the canvas. The fragments are later stitched onto other paintings, creating a new layer of meaning. These choices are intuitive and embody the artist’s natural proclivity toward experimentation.