Monday, May 31, 2010

Exhibitions and a bug

A recent commission for Heyns and Partners Inc. for their Cape Town branch in Keerom Street.

So, current exhibition that I'm participating in:

African Oddyssey at Raw Vision Gallery, Sir Lowry
Road, Woodstock, Cape Town (Almost diagonally accross from the Michael
Stevenson, and just down the road from Blank Projects)

VAN-guard Winelands Group Exhibition, opening on 8 June 2010. My work will be exhibited at Durbanville Hills, Western Cape.

South Africa at the Gallery at Duncan Yard, cnr. of Duncan &
Prospect Street, Hatfield, Pretoria.

I am, of course, still working on artworks for the exhibition "Dare to dream in silent moments". Lucy Skinner and I are exhibiting our work under this title or theme in September at Wessel Snyman Creative, at 17 Bree Street.

...And giving art classes on a Monday and Tuesday evening from 5pm-8pm in my studio in Woodstock. Interested? Send me an email at for more info!

In the meantime I am also hard at work at managing Ecojunki ( and Arteviate (, keep an eye and ear open and let me know if you'd like to help or get involved!

And now for a bit of randomness:

While on my way to White Rabbit Studio in Gardens (Cape Town), I saw this old Volksie in Lingen Street. I started chatting to the owner of the beetle, who was right there at the moment! Miro Kloosterman is from the Netherlands, if I remember correctly, and after living in Cape Town for a while he is back in Europe. Now he is selling this very cute and charismatic VW beetle for R10 000. If you're interested, contact Richard watson at 0737800566.

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Taking the Winelands and Pretoria by storm

My "Flotsam" series of works - which is mixed media works of wood and scraperboard - will be exhibited at Durbanville Hills, Western Cape, as part of the Winelands VAN-Guard exhibition from June to July. Read more here.

I will also be participating in the South Africa exhibition at The Gallery at Duncan Yard in Pretoria, opening on 28 May 2010 and running until July. For more information contact Cecily Pohl at 082 826 1298 or