Emergence – Jenny Reyneke

An exhibition of oil paintings on canvas and board by Jenny Reyneke A collection of landscapes entitled Emergence Saturday 17 October until Wednesday 11 November 2020. Jenny Reyneke’s world this year of 2020 isolation, has been her beloved fields of Magaliesburg. She has gone to them with questions, not only about life but also with the questions of her purpose as an artist through troubled times. The trees and woods surrounding her home have been her confidantes and mentors. The golden fields of her home, constant reminders...

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SPRING EQUINOX – Change of Season

An exhibition of mixed media work ranging from paintings, ceramic work, to sculptures by Angela Banks, Bronwyn Schalkwyk, Haydee Breganski Melanie Fatti, Michele Nigrini, Ruth Walter Sanna Swart and Steffie Joubert celebrating the SPRING EQUINOX (Change of season) Equinox descends from aequus, the Latin word for “equal,” and nox, the Latin word for “night”—a fitting history for a word that describes the day of the year when the sun crosses the equator on September 22 when the daytime and night-time are equal in length. The fact that day and...

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The Black Swan – Elsie de Beer Weich

Black Swan is a theatrical cubistic oil painting symbolizing our economic uncertainty and human suffering caused by the COVID 19 pandemic. Inspired by Nassim Taleb’s term Black Swan. I have created a seemingly hostile composition of two swans a man, woman and child staged in a graphic COVID 19 battlefield. My intention with this dramatic scene is to remind us that as tomorrow yesterday’s insight must change our position from one of victim to victor. Taleb explains that a black swan is...

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‘Ransom’ – Annemie Odendaal

An exhibition consisting of various printing techniques, pen and ink and oil paintings by Annemie Odendaal entitled Ransom In the current climate of today’s world, we can find ourselves so easily trapped in a bad situation, whether it is a failed relationship, career or environmental anxiety. We are being kept hostage in our lives, and more importantly in our minds as well. Only once we make that decision to break free, we will feel that heavy weight you have been carrying slowly lifting, and we can spread our...

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Through the Lens of the Artist

An exhibition of mixed media work, ranging from painting, printing, ceramics, photography and sculptural work by Philip Badenhorst, Alain Nortjé, Nellien Brewer, Minitza van der Walt, Lein Smuts, Loeritha Saayman, Liekie Fouché, Werner Nieuwoudt, Carin Labuschagne, Ann Karstell and John Tapuch. entitled ‘Through the lens of the artist’ “By being creative, we really do fall in love with the world and in that act we transform the ordinary into the extraordinary” Dewitt Jones – Top photographer, National Geographic Each artist observes with a very personal lens. He looks...

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Tina Skukan Gallery and the Covid-19 National Lockdown

Due to the current lockdown levels, the Tina Skukan Gallery and Tea Garden are still temporarily closed. All exhibitions are therefore postponed and visitation not permitted until further notice and the restrictions are lifted. The health and well-being of our artists, patrons, clients and friends are of the utmost concern and with everyone’s safety in mind, we need to ensure that all our loyal and generous visitors come back happy and healthy in due time. However, the exhibition of oil paintings and...

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Pasche Bestiarum, a symbolic visual narrative celebrating Easter – Elsie dB Weich

An exhibition of oil paintings and monochrome copperplate-etchings by Elsie Weich entitled ‘Pasche Bestiarum’ – a symbolic visual narrative celebrating Easter This delightful exhibition is aimed at celebrating Easter. This bestiary illustrates the symbolic eyewitness account of animals, insects and plants present during the life journey of Christ and inspired by medieval bestiary tradition to use symbolism and allegory to impart moral lessons with illustrations of animals. The allusive symbolism of animals mentioned in the Bible is used in an unconventional approach to illustrate the narrative...

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Senses

An exhibition of mixed media paintings by Lientjie Wessels  –  Linda Pretorius  –  Rogerio d’Andrade entitled ‘Senses’ The exhibition “SENSES” is the intuitive perception perceived by three artists, of the 5 faculties of the mind, namely sight, taste, smell, hearing and touch as well as the faculty of feeling, thought and meaning. We meet the muscular sense, giving a sensation of physical effort, also intuitive perception, a sense of humour and sagacity, as well as a sense of the aesthetic. The impression on the mind is formed...

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‘Visible and Invisible Connections’

‘Visible and Invisible Connections’ by Salomi Prinsloo Pretoria based artist, Salomi’s “apple tree” has turned not into colourful geometric shapes, but into a “cloud”.  Her realistic and impressionistic aloes and floral studies are now transformed into softer shapes as they lose their sure forms due to looser lines and brushstrokes which gradually gained ground, until only the “cloud centre” remains; resembling just the essence and fragrances of the floral world visually. Her intention of presenting flowers and natural objects realistically, disappeared in a...

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