Harry Erasmus
Harry Erasmus
Harry has been painting all his life and has been a full time artist for the last 16 years. His unique whimsical style is easily recognized by his creative, out of the box themes and rich use of color.
Jeanne Marais
Jeanne Marais
Jeanne is well-known for her exclusive and unique female figure studies, and is equally adept at various other themes. She often makes use of strong, deep colours, as seen in her dramatic landscapes and city scenes.
Gaynor
Gaynor
Gaynor currently resides in KwaZulu-Natal. She works in both acrylics and oils. From beautiful French Cafe scenes to old District six scenes, her works are colorful and accessible to most art buyers.
Nico Le Roux
Nico Le Roux
He loves to paint portraits, human subjects in bright colour, still life, social and romantic scenes. His style is predominantly impressionistic, as well as realistic, as described by the artist himself, “tight with looseness to it.”
Junior Fungai
Junior Fungai
Junior Fungai was born in 1980 in Harare Zimbabwe, and studied in the B.A.T. Studios of the National Gallery of Zimbabwe, from which he earned a diploma in fine arts.
Koos Bronkhorst
Koos Bronkhorst
Koos believes that art belongs to everybody. He gets the greatest satisfaction by sharing his knowledge and skills with others by presenting art workshops all over South Africa
Solly Manthata
Solly Manthata
“I can basically paint almost anything but my passion lies mostly in painting colourful farm landscapes with beautiful trees, rivers and mountains from all around southern africa. I have never had any formal art training, it is all a gift from God. “
Anton Gericke
Anton Gericke
He started painting with oils when he was 8 years old. He attended school in Pearson Port Elizabeth and furthered his studies in Pharmacy at Pretoria University and Potchefstroom
Malvin Wright
Malvin Wright
He is becoming renowned for his exceptional detailed work and his ability to portray hands is of world class standard.
Erika van Zyl
Erika van Zyl
She is becoming renowned for his exceptional detailed work and his ability to portray hands is of world class standard.
Paul van Rensburg
Paul van Rensburg
Paul van Rensburg is possibly the top selling artist in South Africa in terms of units sold.
Yvette Beneke
Yvette Beneke
Yvette has always loved art and has been drawing and painting since she was a child. She mainly works in oils with a palette knife. “I love thick impasto work.”
Thomas Kohler
Thomas Kohler
Thomas’s painting career has been a very ‘private affair’. He has attended group exhibitions in Germany and in South Africa but mainly sell to a private audience.
Zenzo Siamenda
Zenzo Siamenda
Zenzo studied art at Mzilikazi Art and Craft Center in Bulawayo Zimbabwe from 1995 to 1997.
Corne Weideman
Corne Weideman
Corne Weideman was born in Rustenburg, North West province of South-Africa in 1977. Inspired by old master painters worldwide and especially South African impressionist Adriaan Boshoff.
Phillip Britz
Phillip Britz
Being a professional artist for the past 16 years, Phillip has developed an intricate style for which he is well known.
Tania Vorster
Tania Vorster
As a self-taught artist, Tania grew up under the artistic inspiration of her grandmother and mother, both prolific and award-winning artists. After matriculating, she obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Higher Education diploma at Potchefstroom’s North-West University.
Annemarie Grundling
Annemarie Grundling
Annemarie was born in Barberton, Mpumalanga in 1946. She attended a farm school that her Dad built for the community. Living on a farm those years, contact with the outside world was very limited. She kept herself busy with creative activities.
Willem Frederik Strydom
Willem Frederik Strydom
Willie was born in Johannesburg in 1951. The first evidence of an artistic inclination was noticed in his primary school days, when he was always sketching anything that tickled his fancy.