Mythology in Paarl, South Africa.

There is this small enclosed garden between the workshop and the house of artist Nanette Ranger in Paarl. It’s a different world out there; back to the origins of mankind.

Myths are based on ancient knowledge; from times long before Western- and Eastern religions although these make in abundance use of stories of old. Nanette is inspired by myths; for her it’s a way of re-connecting with who we are.

Her sculptures are fascinating.

SUNDAY SPECIAL 3 generations

Made in Napier


The ‘Thembis of Philippi’. So much love and respect for the people of Philippi Village (suburb of Cape Town) woven into a beauty of 3 generations of women.


Artists: Jennifer Bam and mother and daughter Angela and Sean McPerson.

Going Deep 7 (2 pictures)

I’m still engaged in the completion of these two pictures. In the previous 6 posts you have seen some developments but still I’m not satisfied. For the moment I leave them as they are but I’ll work on these imaginaries again sometime in the future.

The images are based on a sculpture of artist Ulrich Riek from Napier in South Africa. His work is exhibited in the Southern Wright Gallery in Cape Agulhas; near the Southernmost point of the African Continent.

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The Treasure Hunter (2 pictures)

The Treasure Hunter (Steam Punk imaginaries). Collage with sculpture of Ulrich Riek and jewellery of Yvonne de Wit. Added are some of my own textures. Prints on high quality museum archival paper (with/without frame) in diverse sizes for sale. Inbox me for details.

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