Ig N. Terblanche was born in Pretoria, South Africa in 1978. His preferred mediums are printmaking and charcoal drawings though he produces artworks in various mediums and enjoys experimenting with new mediums and different techniques.
He studied at the Tshwane University of Technology (it was then known as the Pretoria Technicon) from 1998 to 2000 and he completed his National Diploma in Graphic Design. His earlier works were primarily landscapes. His works evolved with time to more figurative works such as portraits and works that requires the viewer to interpret the work through the viewers own frame of reference that was formed by the viewers experiences in life. His work has been exhibited in galleries in Pretoria, George and Cape Town, South Africa and he took part in various group exhibitions.
His current works are exhibited at Cape Palette Gallery in George and Trent Gallery in Pretoria. In 2013 he was one of the Top 100 finalists in the Sanlam Portrait Award and in 2015 the was one of the Top 40 finalists and part of the exhibition that toured through South Africa in 2015 and 2016. He lives and work in an old farm school between Oudthoorn and George in South Africa.
'Die Gedruis van Groot Reën' (Sound of Abundance of Rain) Drawing, framed, unframed size: 30cm x 85 cm, Price framed R 10 200.00
'Lig' ( light ) Mezzotint unframed size 14 cm x 21 cm , framed R 1 500
'Stroompie in die bos' Mono type print, 21 cm x 30 cm unframed size , Framed price R 3 600
'Untitled' 40 cm x 60 cm Drypoint unframed size , framed R 7 000
'Feet' 82 cm x 54 unframed size , framed R 17 000
Doris Brand Biography
"I am intrigued by the play of light and colour in any subject. In a world which is getting faster and bigger, I like to focus my art on the small things in life." Doris Brand
Doris Brand was born in Speyer, Germany in 1965. She emigrated from Germany to South Africa in 1985, originally moving to Somerset West and Swellendam, before finally settling in the beautiful town of George, in the Garden Route.
Doris is married to Leander Brand, with whom she started Cape Palette Art Gallery, in 2002, in George. As well as being a professional artist, she teaches painting classes to adults at her own gallery. Doris’s preferred medium is oil paint, but on occasion she enjoys to experiment with other mediums in her work. She loves painting personal subjects, and draws her inspiration from her immediate surroundings and subjective experiences. Doris Brand’s still life paintings seek to capture the texture and light of ordinary subjects and transform them into extraordinary art. Since 2000, has also participated in numerous exhibitions at various galleries and festivals.
She is currently exhibiting at various galleries in the Western Cape, as well as teaching painting and drawing at Cape Palette Artist Studio.
'Still life with egg framed oil on canvas, 20cm x 20cm, R 1600
'Aubergine' 20c x 20cm, oil on canvas, R 1 400
'Early Sunday morning in the Karoo' Oil painting framed, unframed size 40 x80 cm, R 5700.00
'Still life with grapes and figs' Oil painting framed, unframed size 40 x 30 cm, R 4800.00
'Old Man' R5 500.00
'Prickley Pears' Oil on bard framed ( 54 cm x 44 cm), unframed size 36 cm x 46 cm R 3 800
'Asparagus' Oil on canvas framed ( 106 cm x 76 cm) , unframed size 90 cm x 60 cm R 8 500
'Roses in old cider jug' Oil on canvas framed (72 cm x 76 cm), unframed size 48 cm x 60 cm R 11 000
Born in 1972, Johannesburg, Marinda matriculated at the Pretoria Pro Arte School of Art after witch she studied Fine Art at the Pretoria Technicon under lecturers: Dianne Victor & Kevin Roberts.
Since 2004 Marinda has been painting from her Studio & Gallery in the Little Karoo town of Calitzdorp.
A variety of work and subject matter like: 'Portraits of Calitzdorp', 'Glamour Girls', 'Roadkill', 'H2O' and 'Karoo Landscapes are currently exhibited at selected Galleries.
In 2015 Marinda was chosen as one of the Top 40 Sanlam Portrait finalists for her painting: 'Anna Maria Elizabeth Calitz', a local lady from Calitzdorp.
In 2016 Marinda won the local 'Art on Track' Competition with her painting:'The Viewer' A Portrait of her Daughter, Liza Miro Combrinck.
'Mossie 52cm x 27cm, Mixed media on Hahnemuhle bamboo paper, R 3 350
'The Swallows nest' Oil on canvas, 45cm x 37cm, R 4 400
'Woodpecker' 54cm x 42cm, Mixed media on Hahnemuhle Bamboo Paper, R4 100
'After the Fire, Seweweekspoort' Oil on canvas, R 13 000
'In Conversation' Oil & charcoal on canvas, 40 x 60cm, R 5 500
'Aloe on a Rocky Hill' Oil on canvas, 40 x 60cm, R5 500
'Transitory II' (The Dumpyard, Calitzdorp) Oil on canvas, 40 x 60cm, R5 500
Africa has become the new chapter in my life and I have dedicated the last 15 years photographing this diverse continent. My dedication to my craft has been rewarded with publications in National Geographic, Deutsche Geo and many others. My photographs have won numerous awards including the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of The Year in 2011,2013.
Photography has become my life, it maybe a cliche but it is true. I live and breathe photography. No matter where I am, my minds eye is making photographs, it has taught me to see the world in a different light for that I am so grateful.
Printed on Canson paper. Unframed prices are A3 - R 1 000, A2 - R 2 500, A1 - R 3 500, A0 - R 4 500
'Bull Elephant (The Godfather)'
'Dune of fire'
'Dune 45 light and Shadow'
'Karoo Koppie and Trek'
'Parade of Elephants'
Leanette Botha studied Fine Art, Photography and Education at Natal University, Pietermaritzburg, Rhodes University in Eastern Cape, and the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, respectively. Her work is represented in private collections worldwide and various publications include both photographic journals and exhibit catalogues in book form. In addition to her studio practice, she facilitates creativity, photographic and drawing workshops. She has curated group exhibitions, both at festivals such as the Standard Bank National Arts Festival in Grahamstown, and the Klein Karoo Kunstefees in Oudtshoorn, and currently curates and organises pop-up exhibitions at various venues in the Garden Route.
I have been drawing from an early age and have always wanted to make images. When I was introduced to photography as a student, I felt that I had found a medium that I related to immediately, since it re-inforces the essential practices of creative seeing and composing, it lends itself to encouraging a particular vision, inclining one to focus and limit oneself to what is visually essential. This dicipline has, among its many possibilities, expanded and enriched my drawing practice. In my photography, I try to focus on the quiet, meditative quality in what I see around me, working towards ambivalent interpretations and associations of form. I try and communicate a stillness, whether it is found in sculptural mass or ephemeral atmospheric conditions.
In my drawings, I try to develop, by engaging with the subject matter using a playful and animated line, a sense of the texture of surfaces, building up dense atmospheric areas, much like one would find in silver prints in photography.
'Fence' 83 cm x 54 cm unframed size, drawing is framed R 7 500
Medium is mixed pens on paper; from rollerball pens to permanent ink pens. I mix the mark making.
It is part of a series on fences that I have been making over the years, both as photographs and as drawings.
My method is to take photographs and make sketches of the landscapes that interest me and then put them together in a planning sketch, so the particular landscape is made up of various landscapes.
The photos are 40x50cm print on archival paper will be R3800 each
Mandy grew up on a farm near Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, where she was inspired from a young age by the natural beauty surrounding her.
After studying graphic design in the early 80’s Mandy pursued a career in advertising. She then started her own business as a freelance graphic designer, specializing in book design. She created an array of beautiful books for several publishing houses, covering many diverse fields including wildlife, travel, natural history, cookery, gardening, history, arts and crafts. Her graphic design experience now compliments her painting career
In May 2007, Mandy picked up a paintbrush for the first time. She joined the South African Society of Artists in 2008 and has exhibited regularly at their annual exhibitions at Kirstenbosch. In 2010, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016 she qualified for SASA’s Merit exhibition, winning a commended award in 2013. Art Portfolio and Original Cape Art invite Mandy to partake in their regular group exhibitions at Kirstenbosch. The Grahamstown National Arts Festival in June/July has become an annual event. The Cape Gallery holds regular exhibitions in which Mandy has participated. Two of her wildlife paintings have been used in a BBC film series, titled The Crown to be released worldwide, in 2016. Mandy is represented by Fillingdon Fine Art, in High Wycombe in the UK.
Her hiking boots, together with a trusty camera, have clocked up many kilometres around the Western and Eastern Cape. This is where she gathers her inspiration. Mandy sells her work at galleries in and around Cape Town and also privately from her studio at home in Pinelands, which she shares with her husband Peter.
'After the rain Kenton' 40 cm x 80 cm unframed size, painting is framed
'Overseers Cottage Table Mountain' 60 cm x 800 cm unframed size, painting is framed
'Tranquility in Kirstenbosch gardens' 45 cm x 60 cm R 4 200 unframed size, painting is framed
My work is about my world; the people, places and things I love. I enjoy capturing a moment – with a simple play of light, or a combination of architecture and people.
I believe in the fundamental principles and processes of art. This means a strong association with the historic disciplines of drawing and painting…
'Boy in a hooded jacket' Oil on canvas,60 x 85 cm, R 6 000
'Man in pink shirt' Oil on canvas, 60 x 85 cm, R 6 000
Hennie Meyer is a ceramic artist who uses the concept of repetition to cross over into the realm of installation.He makes use of multiples to create larger pieces. Conceptually he is interested in the diverse roles played by individuals in groups.
“Clay is a passion and obsession. Working with clay allows me to think.Observing a group of jugs in my studio sparked my first large scale installations in 2008. An invitation to make a number of extensive ceramic works for Qunci Villas, a boutique hotel in Lombok, Indonesia took these ideas further.”
The concept of repetition and variation are central to the successful Ukusela eKapa project that formed part of Cape Town as the 2014 World Design Capital.
Hennie studied ceramics in Australia and South Africa. He exhibits extensively, both locally and overseas. His work has been included in numerous permanent collections and international publications. Hennie and Heleen and their two sons live in Durbanville, Cape Town.
'Round ceramic plate' R1 470
'Wall vases' R380 each