Spring Sale!
3 September 2021
Anna Eales, Imile Wepener, Johannes Maswanganyi, Morne Venter
Corné Joubert, Eben Germishuys, Jackson Hlungwani, Lee-Anne Olivier,
M J Lourens, Michael Teffo, Nic Sithole, Victor Nkuna
ANNA EALES
"As an artist I'm fascinated by color. Looking for the detail in faces and in nature, but not restricted by reality. My preferred medium is oil paint due to the richness and intensity it can provide. Then I have a special affinity for yellow and orange as it resembles something joyful to me."
Anna Eales - Still life with lemons
Anna Eales
"Still life with lemons"
Oil on canvas
54cm x 54cm
Framed
R 2 800
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Anna Eales - Still life with apples
Anna Eales
"Still life with apples"
Oil on canvas
54cm x 54cm
Framed
R 2 800
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Anna Eales - Let_s talk
Anna Eales
"Let's talk"
Oil on canvas
25cm x 25cm
SOLD
Anna Eales - Let_s escape
Anna Eales
"Let's escape"
Oil on canvas
25cm x 25cm
SOLD
Anna Eales - Contemplative
Anna Eales
"Contemplative"
Oil on canvas
30cm x 40cm
R 950
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Anna Eales - Boy with soccer ball
Anna Eales
"Boy with soccer ball"
Oil on canvas
35cm x 46cm
Framed
R 850
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Anna Eales - My friend Beki
Anna Eales
"My friend Beki"
Oil on canvas
30cm x 40cm
R 950
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Anna Eales - Happy days
Anna Eales
"Happy days"
Oil on canvas
30cm x 40cm
R 950
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IMILE WEPENER
Imile Wepener is an artist and illustrator from Johannesburg, South Africa. He earned a BA Honours in Visual Communication (specializing in Illustration) in 2015 from The Open Window Institute in Pretoria (one of his Honours projects even nabbing him a Loerie Award in 2016). He currently mostly works as a freelance illustrator, having created commercial illustrations for Standard Bank; Exclusive Books; PUMA and many others, for which he was ranked #17th best illustrator in South Africa by the Loerie Awards and as one of 50 of the best Emerging Creatives by the Design Indaba. He enjoys painting with gouache and working digitally to create his artworks.
Imile Wepener - Kiss Me Quick
Imile Wepener
"Kiss Me Quick"
2018
Digital Print (Edition 1/5)
46cm x 46cm
Framed
R 1 000
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Imile Wepener - Siamois
Imile Wepener
"Siamois"
2019
Gouache on paper
37cm x 37cm
Framed
R 2 000
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Imile Wepener - The darkness_the deepness_the things that make me who I am
Imile Wepener
"The darkness, the deepness, the things that make me who I am"
2021
Gouache and glitter on paper
27cm x 30cm
Framed
R 2 340
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Imile Wepener - Lily
Imile Wepener
"Lily"
2018
Gouache on paper
Framed
30cm x 30cm
R 1 170
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Imile Wepener - Shelly
Imile Wepener
"Shelly"
2018
Watercolor on paper
28cm x 39cm
Framed
R 1 340
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JOHANNES MASWANGANYI
"This gift of carving came to me in a sleep in the form of a vision."
Johannes Maswanganyi carved the walking sticks shown here in celebration of his 70th birthday.
Maswanganyi, born in 1948 at Msengi Village, near Giyani in Limpopo Province, had no formal institutional art training but was taught by his father to carve, and the yard of his home in the village Noblehoek has a fantastical, dream-like quality with sculptures everywhere, inside and out.
Over the years Johannes developed a distinctive style of portraiture in his wooden sculptures, which are often painted in bright colours and represent prominent figures like Nelson Mandela and Jan van Riebeek, as well as ordinary people, spirit-like animals and biblical scenes.
Maswanganyi's work has appeared in numerous prominent galleries and exhibitions around the world, Everard Read Contemporary Gallery in Johannesburg, Bayerische Vereinsbank and the Palais Preysing in Munich, Germany, and Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin, to name but a few, and he is represented in major collections such as the Iziko SA National Gallery in Cape Town, Durban Art Gallery, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg Art Gallery, Sanlam Art Collection in Bellville, Cape, the University of Pretoria Art Collection and Standard Bank Foundation, Collection of African Art.
Johannes Maswanganyi - Walking sticks
Johannes Maswanganyi
"Walking sticks"
(Detail images below)
Carved wood
114cm - 126cm high
Prices from left to right:
1. R 2 350
2. R 2 250
3. R 2 350
4. R 2 300
5. R 1 300
6. R 2 500
7. R 2 500
8. R 2 400

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