With Mothers day around the corner, I want to share a bit about my mom and her art.
I was in Stellenbosch for a few days and decided to arrange a “painting-date” with my artist friend, Glendine. We had such a great time and we documented our process to share it with you.
The events in my life are some of my biggest inspirations for my art works. I love sharing my emotions, stories, and journey with my audience through my paintings.
Fishes make their appearances on my canvasses and other objects often, mostly uninvited but not unwelcome at all, as I love their symbolism.
For me, they symbolize so much, but, above all, adaptability and transformation.
Can we still say it’s a new year? January is running out and the holidays are already just a vague memory. I moved into a new studio, and have light and space and chirping birds around me after a long while of occupying uncomfortable workspaces. I decided that this year will be the year of being […]
And the virgin’s name was Mary Once the center of attention under the spotlight to be admired, she has since been disposed of for there arose new trends that replaced her. But her life was long from over yet… she stumbled upon me, and I knew that I could revive her. Through my eyes, […]
Hands: I cannot do this blog post about hands, without combining it with motivational quotes as each of my hand’s paintings are very specific in conveying a message. Quotes can express in words, what you feel in your heart. I try to capture a feeling in my hand’s paintings of compassion, understanding, giving, support, and […]
“Let’s get drunk at midnight Listen to our favourite songs and kiss so much that our lips burn.” -p.sc
One rainy day, almost two years ago, I was browsing antique shops in Mossel Bay. I used to live there, my studio was in the Searles Manor building (a historic sandstone building, build in 1902) overlooking the harbor. Each time I sold an artwork, I went on a “treasure hunt”, rewarding myself with […]
Kleine Kunst Art Exhibition Bloemfontein An exhibition where my art will be for sale from the 16th of November until the 15th of Desember is The “Kleine Kunste”exhibition at Kotze Art Gallery in Bloemfontein. Floris Kotze, my brother, and his wife, Anine, is the owners of this gallery. Follow this link to their website: http://www.kotzekuns.co.za
Showroom Art Gallery Exhibition in Pretoria The first painting: “Behold”, is part of the range of mysterious looking portraits of whimsical girls. This painting of a girl with Stag horns or Antlers, captures a still reserved feeling and represents a bit of the many symbolisms surrounding Deer and Antlers. These paintings will be for sale […]