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. In high school one of his subjects would be art, and his first oil painting to this day has the pride of place in his mom’s room and was of a dog resting on a sofa.
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.
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. Pursuing her passion for art part time, she taught English for several years, [...]
Being a professional artist for the past 16 years, Phillip has developed an intricate style for which he is well known.
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.
Zenzo studied art at Mzilikazi Art and Craft Center in Bulawayo Zimbabwe from 1995 to 1997. Zenzo now resides in the vibrant city of Johannesburg, from where he creates his artworks.
Thomas was educated in Cologne to become a Graphic Designer and returned to South Africa in 1988.
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." Yvette currently resides with her family in Durbanville.
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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.”