‘Textile Odyssey’

An exhibition of textile art by ‘Fibreworks’ and ‘TAGG’ titled ‘Textile Odyssey’ This exhibition will consist of contemporary art quilts and textile art, remarkably varied in their themes, designs and materials. The fabric and textiles used in these works of art were created with a variety of textures, colours, patterns, prints, fabric with sheen and also woven fabrics. Avant-garde processes were used to convey the essence of non-visual concepts such as photo transfer, raw edge applique, discharging, overdying, faux felting, stamping, recycling and painting. These include social and political...

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Season’s Greetings

The year is drawing to a close again, andthe Tina Skukan Gallery and Tea Garden,would like to express our sincerest appreciation and gratitude foryour continued loyal support and interest throughout the past year.May good health and happiness be with you and your family,and your lives be filled with inner joy and peace during the festive season.We wish you a wonderful New Year. The Tina Skukan Gallery and Tea Garden will be closed fromMonday 18 December 2023 and will reopen again on Tuesday...

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SEASONS GREETINGS

The year is drawing to a close and 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 will be...

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Touched by Light

An exhibition of paintings ranging from oil on canvas to mixed media entitled Touched by Light by Martjie Carter – Carl Cuz Jeppe – Cecile Burger The exhibition can be viewed from Saturday 19 June 2021 at 10h00 until 28 July 2021. These three artists explore the concept of “Touched by Light”, through abstract landscapes, nature and human figures. They endeavour to portray how light can turn the most ordinary scenes into beautiful abstract designs of light and shadow. This exhibition of paintings, depicts the wonder...

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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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Tina Skukan Gallery News

Dear Patrons, Clients, Artists and Friends. It is with great joy that we bring you the good news, that after being closed for almost two and a half months due to the Covid-19 National Lockdown, the Tina Skukan Gallery will open its doors again for retail on Tuesday 9 June 2020. The Tina Skukan Gallery will resume offering our visitors quality art by established and professional artists of South Africa. The oil paintings and monochrome copperplate-etchings by Elsie Weich entitled Pasche Bestiarum – a symbolic visual...

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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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Balancing the Acts

A mixed media exhibition comprising of various techniques, styles, methods, skills and forms of visual art by seven accomplished artists. ‘Balancing the Acts’ by Angela Banks, Anna-Carien Goosen, Ann Karstel, Ingrid van Wyk, Jose Vermeij, Marina Aucamp, Renske Biddulph This exhibition will display how seven women reflect on what their everyday lives entail. How their actions and activities between different situations require a delicate balance, and how they attempt to cope with often conflicting situations at the same time while trying to keep everything under...

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Abandoned Pool Parys

Hersiening / Revision

An exhibition of oil on canvas work by Willem Pretorius In this exhibition of observational realism, the artist Willem Pretorius finds inspiration in the smells and sights of the small towns of South Africa and his depiction of them on canvas is that of a local and not a mere tourist or casual passer-by. The artist loves the way nature reclaims these man-made structures. Through documenting these landscapes as he sees them, he forces the onlooker to stand still where he stopped...

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Three Ceramic Palettes

An exhibition of ceramic work by Margot Rudolph – Eunice Botes – Christine Williams entitled “Three Ceramic Palettes” The African landscape has inspired artists for centuries and has always delivered vibrant and exciting pieces of artwork. This exhibition brings three award winning ceramic artists together, who use clay as their canvas to express their interpretation of the emotions and colours and vibrancy of the African landscape   The exhibition will be opened on Sunday 1 July 2018 at 11h30 by Kanya Middleton MD of Stone Culture, talent management and a video blogger The exhibition...

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