SUBURBIA

An exhibition of mixed media work by Jaco Benade Janna Prinsloo MJ Lourens Philippe Bousquet Stefan Rossouw titled SUBURBIA Certain scenes, spaces and events are depicted in this exhibition by five fine South-African artists. Moments and events that are captured, whether fleeting or ongoing, that are passed by unnoticed in our everyday lives in the peri-urban spaces between the city and the countryside. Places that are shaped by urbanisation, new residential zones, suburbs and areas immediately surrounding a city or town. This exhibition will be opened on Sunday 6 November...

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Glitches, set in stone

An exhibition of acrylic and oil paintings by Elzabe Malan and Kobus Rossouw titled Glitches, set in stone In this collection of paintings, Elzabe and Kobus explore the dialogue between glitches: temporary malfunctions or mistakes and the permanence of stones: hard, solid, non-metallic minerals. Glitches are unintentional events while decisions or ideas set in stone represent deliberate actions. Yet, sometimes, ephemeral glitches shape our lives into permanent courses of action – glitches, set in stone. Kobus’ paintings explore how we perceive the world. Often our decisions...

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In Transit

An exhibition of mixed media work by Daniel Brand, Elsie Weich, Inanda Page, Linda Fourie, Magdel van Rooyen, Pieter Cronjé and Sharon Kuisis titled In Transit We are approaching spring and saying good-bye to winter, parting only with the time of year, but not with what we have accumulated on our journey so far. As our surroundings are changing, the climate and everyday life, changing from one form, state, style, or place to another, so are we also in the process of change. We are travelling and being...

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Spring 2022

An exhibition of mixed media work titled Spring by Annelise Bowker, Anja van der Merwe, Danielle Malherbe, Güera Romo, Jana Warffemius, Johan Kok, Telene Jeffrey, Tineke Meijer, Tricia Visser and more… The winter cold has dissipated. It is a time of renewal and growth where nature blooms gloriously, bringing forth a renewed sense of energy and life to help us move forward in new, fresh and positive ways. A season associated with change, cleansing, recuperation and new beginnings, when nature reclaims its vibrant colours and fragrant scents. Sunday 14...

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Marvelling the Brush

An exhibition of paintings titled Marvelling the Brush by Braam Coetsee – Johan van Coller – Lou Ann Young – Martjie Carter – Ruth Walter This exhibition of paintings, ranging from Acrylic, Oil to Watercolour, have all been created by artists using a variety of brushes. With this collection of work, the emphasis is shifted from the medium of the work, to the tool or implement used to create the art that will be on display. Paintbrushes were used by man as early as the Palaeolithic era...

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Fabric, Fibre and Threads 2022

An exhibition of a collection of functional artistic textiles, fabrics and wearable art pieces titled Fabric, Fibre and Threads Visitors can view 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 thread. The exhibition will be opened on Sunday 19 June...

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Remnants of Remembered Storms

An exhibition of oil paintings by Jenny Reyneke titled Remnants of Remembered Storms Jenny Reyneke is an artist, living off the grid in the Kalahari since November 2020. A solitary and excluded life. One where she is cut off from social and world events.Her Gannaput garden has become her world. The prickly pears and cacti, her confidantes. “My art is simply a way to find peace and be present in the moments given to me. My work is representative of my surrounding landscapes and my...

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Functional Weaving

An exhibition by the Pretoria Weavers Guild titled Functional Weaving Although weaving is a traditional craft which was mainly used for utilitarian purposes in the home, modern weavers are harnessing their looms to create interesting fabrics, fascinating designs and unique articles. Weavers use traditional patterns, modern fibers and innovative techniques. To celebrate 70 years of the existence of the Pretoria Weavers Guild, we have joined forces with the Johannesburg Weavers and Spinner’s Guild to bring you a collection of hand-woven articles, hand-spun yarns and...

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Easter 2022

An exhibition comprising of a variety of styles, techniques and media, to celebrate EASTER. Contributing Artists: Anna Botha, Albert Redelinghuys, Bronwen Schalkwyk, Gerda Grové, Liekie Fouché, Marieke Viljoen, Mariana Kruger, Oriana Pérez Casanova, Tineke Meijer, Sarel Greyling and more… titled Easter 2022 The exhibition will be opened on Sunday 20 March 2022 at 11h30 – 14h00 and can be viewed until Thursday 21 April 2022

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