The Private Gallery

The Private Gallery in Napier, South Africa, opens soon.

The Heat is on

… is the title of one of my imaginaries today and tomorrow on display during the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route in Baardskeerdersbos, Western Cape, South Africa. At the B’Bos Art Gallery. The imaginary is based on one of the giant gargoyles of sculptor Ulrich Riek from Napier.

Baardskeerdersbos Art Gallery

Big things are happening there with the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route 1 and 2 October.

And now it’s official

I’m participating in the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route. Twice yearly (Aurumn and Spring) this art event is organised by artists and an art gallery in this hamlet in the Overberg, Western Cape, South Africa. Gallery owner Ivan Trollip loves my quirky imaginaries and you will see quite a few of these next to some landscapes. Dates: Saturday …

In 2016:

“One love, one heart, one destiny.” ― Bob Marley   (Photo: Courtesy of Yvonne de Wit Jewellery Design & Art)

Art Thirst at the Hermanus Art Walk

Every first Friday of the month 14 galleries in Hermanus remain open until 8 PM displaying the work of around 300 artists. Art Thirst is one of those galleries and owned by well known South African painter Leon Müller. This Friday evening he will have a surprise artist in his gallery. Men are invited to …

Baardskeerdersbos Art Route; the finishing touch

Me and Yvonne participated in the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route 17-18 October. We did well. Unfortunately we hardly had time to look into the work of other artists. Anyway I made a brief selection of pictures and processed these my way.  

There is this new no maintenance tree

African craft: wire art

The Thing

“Sometimes a symbol holds more power than the thing it represents. Like the symbol for Thing, the one I created that is confusing and abstract and makes people ask, What is that thing? And I always reply, “If you already knew, why did you ask?” ―Jarod Kintz Photos: ‘Two sides of an Angel Heart’ (Yvonne …

Hermanus FynArts

This annual event attracts art lovers from all over. Last weekend the 2015 edition was officially opened. One of the attractions is a number of sculptures along the Cliff Path which stay there for a period of 8 months. What irritates me (but I think it’s a global ‘issue’) is that the organisation is sponsored …