Historians refer to Raymond Loewy as the designer of the modern world. He began his career drawing for Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair and Vogue before moving into industrial design towards the end of the 1920s. “There is a frantic race to merchandise tinsel and trash under the guise of ‘modernism’. I can claim to have […]
Peter Wooldridge hails from Krugersdorp, a mining town situated in the West Rand district of Gauteng Province, South Africa. After attending the Johannesburg School of Arts, in 1965 Peter obtained a Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Witwatersrand, where he was voted Student of the Year. He initially followed a career as a […]
Alexis Bester’s style is naive surrealism. Harlequin and clown images in his work are a product of fascination with the circus and the performing arts.
Martha Graham, an influential American dancer and choreographer whose career spanned over seventy years, was the first dancer to perform at the White House
Among the foremost attractions of Hermanus is the industrious and talented community of artists and writers that live and work in this beautiful coastal town.
The artist’s unique style is strongly sensual and inspired by middle age frescoes and icons. Mainly tempera and also oils and watercolours on canvas.
Joshua’s skillful interpretation of shadow and the effect of light on water is featured in many of his oil paintings and reduction woodcuts. He finds his inspiration in the beautiful landscapes of the Overberg and Little Karoo,
People look forward to spending time outdoors during the summer, but on days when it’s too hot to be outdoors, summertime crafting provides an alternative.
Local Hermanus artist Terry Kobus beautifully captures the deep tranquillity, the stillness of the landscape, in this beautiful part of the coast near Hermanus
Ronald West paints Italy, the Italian and French way of life, food, wine, street and café scenes, vibrant colours, tango and lambada, bicycles and old cars.