Drongos eat the insects that the cattle expose when they graze the grass. This tame one was ‘shot’ at an organic cattle farm in Baardskeerdersbos.
Light sculpture by reclycling artist Jan Vingerhoets from Baardskeerdersbos
Pictured at the studio of painter Ivan Trollip in Baardskeerdersbos, Western Cape, South Africa.
His name is Jan Vingerhoets and lives in the ‘quaint artist village’ Baardskeerdersbos in the Western Cape. From scrap (car parts, geysers, thrown away furniture, etc,) he creates functional ornaments such as lights, chairs and even a clock. Jan has one purpose in life and that is repurpose. See for yourself.
The Baardskeerdersbos Art Route this weekend was a great success for all including me selling several images and imaginaries. Reason for owner Ivan Trollip of the Baardskeerdersbos Art Gallery to extend my exhibition with another two weeks. I genuinely am surprised and blessed with such a great interest in my work. Thank you very much!!!
In between I visited a few other resident artist and also took some snapshots along the way.
I’m flabbergasted … Collected yesterday the framed prints in Cape Town. AWESOME to say it in FB-jargon. This weekend in the BBos Art Gallery in Baardskeerdersbos. All 18 of them.
Other work of Lynda Kropman, Ivan Michael Trollip, Mark Chapman and the resident artists of Baardskeerdersbos. This morning me and Ivan Michael Trollip installed my imaginaries, landscapes, a portrait and Haiku images. While Ivan was doing the work I took the opportunity to make some snapshots.
Big things are happening there with the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route 1 and 2 October.