Author Archives: The Cape Gallery

Something old something new

Time, tradition and change; cycle and re-cycle requires a constant reassessment of what we assign value to in each unique piece of art. How we assign that value depends upon a personal journey as we identify what resonates with us, … Continue reading

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Winter Solstice Exhibition: Mandy Spiegel

Dreamy Boy I have long been fascinated by statues as embodiments of aspirational feeling. Their historical significance is always relevant to a context which can so easily be misrepresented or misunderstood, particularly in a later context. They are sometimes maltreated … Continue reading

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In studio with Frederike Stokhuyzen

A recent visit to Frederike Stokhuyzen’s studio revealed her love for colour and nature. Frederike’s upcoming solo exhibition at The Cape Gallery focuses on parts of England in autumn and the Cape West Coast in spring. The exhibition runs from … Continue reading

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juli Jana chats about Stratagems, her latest exhibition of paintings and graphics

I am not going to talk about the poetical, metaphysical, spiritual aspect of the work although as a poet I would have somewhat to say. You create because you are and you are because you create. Every person creates, we … Continue reading

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Jeff Rankin: Inverted Angels and White Collar Criminals

Jeff Rankin’s woodcuts and monotypes have been thoroughly enjoyed as part of the Impressions exhibition at The Cape Gallery. In his works, imagined features bleed into everyday encounters to reveal social experiences in a unique way. Jeff Rankin speaks about … Continue reading

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Nola’s Garden

Nola Muller taps into the abundance of the natural world with an energy that never ceases to astound. Her paintings are the physical and permanent manifestations of an event. They are the visual realisations of a process that starts from … Continue reading

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Angela Key’s encounter: from the Auob riverbed to the studio

Each year, The Cape Gallery hosts an exhibition of artwork by some of the best wildlife artists in the country. These artists are passionate about wildlife and conservation. Their inspiration often stems from personal experiences with their subjects. Angela Key … Continue reading

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