Monthly Archives: February 2014

Helen van Stolk – From the Pit to the Stage

Helen van Stolk spent some time backstage at the Artscape to gain inspiration for her latest series of paintings. “Over the past six months I have been working on a series of music scenes, immersing myself in the mood, light … Continue reading

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Nola Muller and the mountains of Nepal

Nola Muller’s latest paintings from the A point of view exhibition were inspired by her recent trip to Nepal:  “My visit to Nepal with 2 good friends was to do the Annapurna Circiut. This is a trek around the Annapurnas…Annapurna … Continue reading

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Peeling back the layers with Rae Goosen

Rae Goosen is a ceramist whose subject matter deals with memories of childhood and everyday events that influence the past and present. She often uses techniques of layering, revealing and disintegration to intrigue and unnerve the viewer. We asked Rae … Continue reading

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A point of view

Many viewers gathered for the opening of the ‘A point of view’ exhibition at The Cape Gallery last night. Teresa Decinti introduced the exhibition, focusing strongly on the concept of achieving and maintaining a balance between a successful artistic career … Continue reading

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