Annelise Bowker Studio Exhibition

The Tina Skukan Gallery is hostig an exhibition of a variety of artworks, done in techniques such as pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, acrylic, oil and watercolour paintings, scraperboard and various printing techniques, all done in 2020 by members of the Annelise Bowker Art Studio The exhibition can be viewed from Saturday 23 January 2021 at 10h00 until Wednesday 17 February 2021. COVID 19 regulations apply!

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Season’s Greetings

Approaching the end of this challenging year, we at The Tina Skukan Gallery and Tea Garden, would like to express our sincerest appreciation and gratitude for your continued, loyal support and interest throughout the past year. May good health and happiness be with you and your family and may your lives be filled with inner joy and peace during the Festive Season. We wish you a wonderful and healthy new year ahead and many happy returns. The Tina Skukan Gallery and Tea Garden...

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Collectables

The Tina Skukan Gallery is hosting its last exhibition of the year entitled Collectables The exhibition consists of various works ranging from paintings, mixed media work, handmade glass/silver jewellery and gifts, printing techniques, sculptures, ceramic work, woodwork and handmade cards by Adele Olwage, Annelise Bowker, Bronwen Schalkwyk, Carel van der Merwe, Eldie Kruger, Elmarie Daschner, Elna Venter, Elsie Weich, Hannes Louw, Jenny Reyneke, Johan Kok, Kerstin Franck, Kim Gladwin, Lance Friedlande, Marian Damerell, Mariëtte Cronjé, Marileen van Wyk , Melanie Fatti, Minette Zaaiman, Tineke Meijer,...

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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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Fabric, Fibre & Threads

A collection of functional artistic textiles, fabrics and wearable art pieces on show and available at the Tina Skukan Gallery from Saturday 20 June 2020 until 15 July 2020. Articles that have an important bearing on our daily lives with a wide range of applications such as covering, warmth and personal adornment, especially now during winter. Also decorative items such as hand printed/painted fabric, photographic prints on textiles, patchwork, hand embroidered functional pieces, and many more delightful projects that explore the possibilities of basic...

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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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