Just a bit of fun…
— Weekly Art Battle (@WeeklyArtBattle) November 13, 2016
Just a bit of fun…
For a group exhibition with some of my favourite artists:
I will be exhibiting more of my animal paintings, which visitors to our beautiful country seem to enjoy!
A selection of my miniatures will be part of this new exhibition!
Opening on Friday 21 October at Kirstenbosch Gardens, a lovely venue, especially at this time of year. The exhibition runs over two weekends, so lots of opportunity to visit! Here’s one of my paintings which will be on exhibition.
My painting “Interactions” sold at the opening of ‘Abstraction’ the new exhibition at my gallery: Bright Street Gallery in Somerset West.
My buyers, Renate and Paul Elzen, are on the left and my painting on the right.
My original painting of Amy Whitehouse is now available through Saatchi Art Online – shipping worldwide.
The South African Society of Artists‘ latest exhibition opens at 18h00 on Monday 19 September, held in the beautiful setting of Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Town. The opening speech will be given by Ben Rootman, secretary of the South African Society for the Visual Arts. The exhibition runs daily from 09h30 to 17h00 until 29 September.
Meet my lion, ‘Sylvester’ who will be part of the exhibition; the latest in my ‘animal series‘.
I’m very excited to be part of the latest exhibition at the new Ghetto Gallery in Stellenbosch! It’s a really interesting old industrial space which has a great feeling to it.
The curator is Bongo ‘Khwelo’ Flepu: his enthusiasm for art and for this wonderful new gallery is awesome.
‘Artist Assembly‘ – is a group exhibition, where artists of all art forms brought together, in hope to reinforce a message of unity to the world outside the art community.
The opening is on Saturday 10 September, 17h00 to 21h00
Address: 135 Bird Street, Stellenbosch, 7600 (Du Toit)
“We might differ with our skin complexion, culture and religion but we still human and our purpose is to live life. We might attend to different educational institutions, use our street-wits, raw talent from heart and different mediums, but we all artists and our purpose is to teach”.
1. Joseph Chikwenere
2. Phozisile Mini
3. Ros Koch
4. Sindile Mfundisi
5. Susan Proctor
6. Diane White
7. Lily Branon
8. Quincey Mbuso Hlongwana
9. Izette Roos
10. Zach Mukwira
11. Fawa Conradie
12. Anrich de Wet
13. Tumelo Lamola
I’m really enjoying producing these limited edition prints of my ‘Animal Series’. I’m offering them framed, on boxed canvas and as unframed mounted mini-prints.
And ‘Mick and Keith’ also crept in…