The Winds of Change – group exhibition is Open to View!

Bright street Gallery’s latest group exhibition features an eclectic mix of Paintings and complementing Sculptural Ceramics inspired by the Winds of Change theme.

Participating Artists paintings: Anni Angus, Jane Barnes, Lily Brannon, Maritza Breitenbach, Belita Burger, Norman Field, William Olivier, Anneke Potgieter, Jalaun Schultz, Charme Southey, Aiden Taillard, Linda du Toit, Bert Touwen, Diane White, Marion Langton

Participating Artists Ceramics: Anja Appy, Lorraine Sykes, Samarie Smith-Meletiou, Jeanine Bourgonje, Debbie Farnaby, Evette Kruger, Helen Wiggin, Ruby Tinelli, Bronwyn Lewis

This exhibition is open to view until the end of April 2022.

Gallery hours:

Tuesday – Friday: 10 am – 4pm

Saturday: 9 am – 12:30 pm

Email: or visit
(+27) 21 851 2520
33 Bright Street, Somerset West, 7130

Out of the Blue group exhibition – Latest Paintings by Di White

“In one drop of water are found all the secrets of all the oceans.” – Kahlil Gibran

Acrylic on boxed canvas
500 x 800mm
R6 500

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Showcased here are Di White’s latest paintings featured in the Out of the BLUE group exhibition at Bright Street Gallery.

Acrylic on boxed canvas
600 x 900mm
R7 000
Acrylic on boxed canvas
1000x 750mm
R8 500
Diane White SUNSET I
Acrylic on boxed canvas
850 x 600mm
R7 000
Diane White SEASCAPE
Acrylic on boxed canvas
1000x 500mm
R7 900

If you are interested in any of the artworks on display, contact the Gallery or click the link below:

Niki McQueen

Head full of Sky:

Head in the clouds and feet on the ground,
She radiates peace.
Quiet falls all around.

A child of dark, she radiates light.
The stars in her eyes and peace in her heart.
In the darkest moments, her soul shines bright.

Pen, Copic, Watercolour and Ink on Arches 300gsm HP
47.5 x 61 cm, Framed
R 6750

Artist Bio:

Niki is an artist, graphic designer and communications coordinator, with a background in Marine Biology. As our country went into lockdown in March 2020 and the COVID pandemic swept the globe, she rediscovered and developed an old technique of making art using solvent printing and mixed media that she learned at school. Under the psychological and emotional pressure of a world gone mad, she found a way of staying sane through making art. This art is a manifestation of an urgent, unquenchable need for the expression of years of unspoken truths.

She has always been drawn to the places and spaces beyond the mundane, and she draws inspiration from surrealism and magical realism. Themes in her work encompass psychology, fairy tales, whimsy, humour and the macabre. She uses stock and hand-drawn images to create compositions which express her fascination with science, anatomy, biology, conservation and the human mind.

She sold nearly 100 artworks during the lockdown period, through social media promotion, including a number of portraits and commissions. She participated in her first exhibition in Cape Town in December 2020, followed by the Coming Home exhibition at the Imibala Gallery in May 2021. She is proud to have been represented by the Art@Africa galleries in 2021 and has works hanging in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Graaf Reinet, Somerset West and Hermanus.

In August 2021, she placed in the top 40 finalists in the Vuleka Art Competition, with her work currently on display in the competition exhibit at the Art.b Gallery in Bellville, Cape Town.

Niki McQueen

If you are interested to purchase any of the Artwork on Display, contact the Gallery or click the link below:

CHANGING SEASONS – Opening 4th June @ 6 pm

Join us for the Opening of

CHANGING SEASONS Group exhibition


Friday 4th June 2021 at 6 PM 

Participating artist:

Participating Artists:

Jalaun Schultz, Tania Lockhart, Linda Gotlieb, Annette Du Preez, Jennifer Johnstone, Matthew Cooke, Bert Touwen, Sanet Visser, Jenny Dugmore, Maria van Graan, Pat Atkinson, Ince Maree, Jane Barnes, Melinda Brummer, Mark Sanders, Audrey Hickman and Diane White

Gallery hours:
Tuesday to Friday 09h00 – 16h00
Saturday 09h00 – 12h30 For more information contact the gallery or visit
(+27) 21 851 2520
33 Bright Street, Somerset West, 7130

“Change the way you look at things and the things you look at change.”
– Wayne Dyer

Closed for lockdown – Open online

Due to the nation-wide lockdown, Bright Street Gallery will be closed for 21 Days. The good news is, we are open online, click the links below: 

Over the next weeks, the Essence of the Cape group exhibition online catalogue will be available to view on our website.

Bright Street Gallery thanks you for your continued support and wish you and your loved one’s health and safety in these turbulent times.