It will showcase the best of KZN ceramic art. Among the invited
guest artists are Rika Senekal, a fiery artist from the interior of KZN.
This is a show not to be missed.
them as a subject for a series of paintings. Their unique qualities and
visual intricacies lend protea to different renderings, therefore, my
exploration with them in diverse applications and styles, lead to the
creative process becoming as important as the final outcome.
Painting with acrylic on board has enabled a new immediacy and
spontaneity in my work. Experimentation with various materials including
filler, felt, stencils and a range of unconventional utensils such as
squeegees, silicone brushes, and sandpaper has added dimensional
complexity and interest to the surface of the works.
The freedom and playfulness I employ during the creative process
translates into energy, vitality and life in my work, hence my new,
contemporary take on the traditional botanic theme.
school in Pietermaritzburg for high school and then attended
Technikon Natal and studied Fine Art from 1988 to 1991.
Shortly afterwards married and had three children.
Have been involved in group exhibitions, i.e.The Flat Gallery in the
early nineties and Beanbag Bohemia in 2006.
Other creative projects include working with rural women using fabric
paints and ceramics.
Started painting with Pascale Chandler two years ago.