GUEST ARTISTS

Leli Hoch
Land Art
Barry Ashmole
Sculptures and functional art from fabricated steel.
Zenta Malan
Intuitive painting.
Nikki Miles
New Skin for Old Bones &Forest pendants
Lindy Greyling
Glass Collage Mosaic Art
Ulriche Jantjes
Oil paintings and assemblages
Sue Vingerhoets
Windwork
Andrée Bonthuys
Found organic materials - bone, kelp, sea sponge, plant on paperclay bases
Yoko Reijn
Acrylic on paper.
Leli Hoch
Land Art
Barry Ashmole
Sculptures and functional art from fabricated steel.
Zenta Malan
Intuitive painting.
Nikki Miles
New Skin for Old Bones &Forest pendants
Lindy Greyling
Glass Collage Mosaic Art
Ulriche Jantjes
Oil paintings and assemblages
Sue Vingerhoets
Windwork
Andrée Bonthuys
Found organic materials - bone, kelp, sea sponge, plant on paperclay bases
Yoko Reijn
Acrylic on paper.
Leli Hoch
Land Art
Barry Ashmole
Sculptures and functional art from fabricated steel.
Zenta Malan
Intuitive painting.
Nikki Miles
New Skin for Old Bones &Forest pendants
Lindy Greyling
Glass Collage Mosaic Art
Ulriche Jantjes
Oil paintings and assemblages
Sue Vingerhoets
Windwork
Andrée Bonthuys
Found organic materials - bone, kelp, sea sponge, plant on paperclay bases
Yoko Reijn
Acrylic on paper.

GUEST OF JAN VINGERHOETS (Artist #19)

@Foxglove Farm

BARRY ASHMOLE

Barry Ashmole is a sculptor working primarily in fabricated metal, whose works express the language of organic form through the lens of a strong focus on process and artisanal techniques. He explores contrasts in texture, colour and material in imbuing his work with elements of the natural and the man-made.He will present a range of sculpture, art furniture and functional pieces.

@barry.ashmole.metalshaper

GUEST OF LAINY CARPENTER (Artist #6)

@Lokal

LINDY GREYLING

Lindy Greyling has explored glass as her medium, for over two decades, with exhibitions, commissions, studio classes and workshops. Slumping and fusing art glass, with recycled materials, beads and even bicarbonate of soda, to create individual pieces to incorporate into her work, adding dimension to her germetric patterns.

GUEST OF NIEL JONKER (Artist #11)

@11 Granaat Ln.

JOHN BAUER

John Bauer is a world-renowned ceramicist based in Cape Town, South Africa, pushing past the limits of what is technically possible in the world of ceramics.. After 27 years of forming an intimate relationship with clay, he is widely recognised for his own innovations in porcelain production combined with ancient Sung Dynasty techniques.  John is offering three different workshops during the week.

GUEST OF EVA GILLIAM (Artist #4)

@31 Main Rd

NIKKI MILES

Nikki studied a BA in fine Art and works as a props scenic and fabricator in the film industry. She also pursues her own creative endeavours using a variety of media, materials and subject matter. Her illustrated skulls are an ongoing theme. Her pendants with organic material, resin and wood will also be the focus of her workshop.

GUEST OF EVA GILLIAM (Artist #4)

@31 Main Road

ZENTA MALAN

Art in all its forms has always been a comfort for Zenta. She has a background in ceramics and sculpting and recently started to dip her brush into paint. With art, whether it be clay, paint or dancing, she says feels like she is at home and all the windows are open.


GUEST OF JAN VINGERHOETS (Artist #19)

@Foxglove Farm

SUE VINGERHOETS

Sue Vingerhoets has a background in architecture and design. She is now an organic farmer and heirloom seed grower. Her exposure to the elements and soil types, and especially the wind in our area, prompted her to incorporate them in the creation of unique art works.

GUEST OF KALI VAN DER MERWE (Artist #13)

@The Giant Periwinkle

ANDRÉE BONTHUYS 

Andrée Bonthuys was a founding member of the Baardskeerdersbos Art Route in 2008 and exhibited at the Art Route regularly until 2011, when she left the community.

Andrée graduated from the University of Stellenbosch in 1973. She studied Sculpture at Ruth Prowse and won several awards for her ceramic sculptures in the 90’s. She has works in both private and public collections in South Africa and abroad.

She currently creates using found organic materials.

GUEST OF KALI VAN DER MERWE (Artist #13)

@The Giant Periwinkle

YOKO REIJN

As a foreigner in search of universal communication, Yoko uses colour as her medium to her expression moving beyond conventional form in an attempt to communicate in a direct, non-intellectual manner.

Her organic and fluid shapes refer to the oneness of all aspects of life.

Instagram: @yokoreijn.art

GUEST OF PHILIP JOHN (Artist #13)

@12 Kloof Street

ULRICHE JANTJES

Ulriche Jantjes completed her BAFA at Michaelis School of Fine Art in 2019 where her practice incorporated both sculpture and painting.

GUEST OF KALI VAN DER MERWE (Artist #13)

@The Giant Periwinkle

TUNDRA DUNCKLEY 

Tundra is a South African artist who recently finished her Fine Arts Degree at Michaelis, UCT. She works within the themes of nature and health, drawing on animals and the natural world as means to express her work; this extends further into using recycled materials as much as possible. She mainly works with metal, creating large installations that envelope all the viewers senses, but her work crosses a range of mediums such as digital 3D modeling, sound and lightwork, photography, sculptures of multiple mediums, and videography. She is excited by exploring new methods of creation and mediums through which to push herself further.



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