Dreams & Dreamscapes group exhibition

Dreams & Dreamscapes Group exhibition: 4th Sept- 20th Nov 2021

Participating Artists:

Anni Angus,

Anni Angus WATCHING HISTORY Pen & ink on paper 540 x 690 mm, framed
R3 300

Trushka Badenhorst,

Trushka Badenhorst
NEW BEGINNING I
Oil on board 200 x 200mm R 845

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Melinda Brummer,

Melinda Brummer IMAGINE Oil on canvas 300 x 400mm R2 700

Belita Burger,

Belita Burger STORM OVER THE NAMIB Oil on canvas 1200 x 900mm
R7 500

Hanlé Barnard,

Hanlé Barnard THE POETS DREAM, A METAMORPHOSIS Mixed media on canvas
R4 500

Matthew Cooke,

Matthew Cooke LANDSCAPE
Pen & Watercolour on paper 420 x 320mm, framed
R1 950

Linda Gotlieb:

Linda Gotlieb INTO THE LIGHT Oil on canvas 600 x 800mm
R6 000

Minette Kallis,

Minette Kallis “DUSK”
Acrylic on canvas
400 x 400mm
R3 000

Niki McQueen,

Niki McQueen
HEAD FULL OF SKY
Pen, Copic, Watercolour and Ink on Arches 300gsm HP 47.5 x 61 cm, Framed
R 6750

Grant Netherlands,

Grant Netherlands INTERGALACTIC HARVEST Digital collage and oil on canvas 840 x 1180mm
R13 500

Stephen J Quirke,

Stephen J Quirke DANDELIONS AT VERGELEGEN
Watercolour on Paper 600 x 800mm
R 12 300

Jalaun Schultz,

Jalaun Schultz TAKE FLIGHT Acrylic on canvas 380 x 760mm R1 800

Hanli Theron,

Hanli Theron APPROACHING Acrylic on canvas 660 x 510mm, SOLD

Chimène Tison,

Chimène Tison VIEW FROM DEZALZE BIG DAM Oil on canvas 520 x630mm, Framed
R1 950

Anel Wessels,

Anel Wessels RETURN I, II, III Hand printed photography 250 x 310mm, framed R2 700 each

Diane White

Diane White INCOMING STORM Acrylic on canvas 600 x 900mm
R7 500

Changing Seasons group exhibition 4 June – 27 August 2021

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Participating Artists:

Jalaun Schultz,

Tania Lockhart,

Linda Gotlieb,

Jennifer Johnstone,

Matthew Cooke,

Bert Touwen,

Maria van Graan,

Jane Barnes,

Sanet Visser,

Jenny Dugmore,

Annette Du Preez

Pat Atkinson,

Mark Sanders,

Ince Maree

Melinda Brummer,

Audrey Hickman

Diane White


Summer Colours Group exhibition – 5 March – 28 May 2021

To view the the artworks of our 15 participating artists, please click on the names of the artist to view their artwork. All copyright reserved by the artists

Ros Koch,

Jane Barnes,

Anni Angus,

Di White,

Linda Gotlieb,

 Hanli Theron,

Corinne Erasmus,

Charmé Southey,

Liz Soule,

Audrey Hayward Hickman,

Cath Duncan,

Louise Barton,

Melinda Brummer,

Lisa Furness

Ince Maree.


ABUNDANCE Group exhibition

11th December – 26th February 2021

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Jane Barnes
Mark Sanders,
Diane White,
Anja Meeter,
Cath Duncan,
Minette Kallis
Anni Angus,
Tania Lockhart,
Jalaun Schultz,
Audrey Hickman,
Karen Henry
Gavin Millard
Nelia Botha
Michelle Batchelder
Lisa Furness

Renewal of Hope – Group exhibition

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Di White,
Andrew Mokgatla,
Allen Hart
Jane Barnes,
Clea Witte,
Stasa Hlava,
Noreen Sturrock,
Anja Botes,
Alyson Guy,
Phillip Matthews,
Zach Mukwira
Karen Henry,
Gavin Millard,
Cornelie Wolff.
Juanita Oosthuizen,
Ashleigh Jansen van Rensburg,
Belita Burger
Ann Green,
Antoinette Schoeman,
Lynne Menge,
Hanle Barnard,
Ann Selbach,
Laura van Riet,
Sanet Visser,
Nelia Botha
Boniface Chikwenhere,
Magumiso Maxidell,

LANDSCAPE / SEASCAPE/ DREAMSCAPE

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Essence of the Cape group exhibition 26 March – 25 June 2020

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Lynne Menge,

Christine Henderson,

Diane White,

Andrew Mokgatla,

Alyson Guy,

Val Wright,

Amelda van Tonder,

Melinda Brummer,

Karen Henry,

Antoinette Schoeman,

Tanya Ziegler,

Marion Cross,

Rudi Gort,

Leoni Venter,

Danielle Martijn,

Doug Phillips,

Christina du Plessis

Sanet Visser

Belita Burger

Ann Selbach

Anne Johnstone

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Hanli Theron

Artist Bio:

Hanli is a well-known artist who received a BA in Fine Arts at the University of Stellenbosch in 1984; in the following year she completed a course in jewellery design and ten years later she completed a business degree at the Graduate School of Business at her alma mater, the University of Stellenbosch. Since 2013, Hanli has been exhibiting annually, including several exhibitions in Cape Town and its surroundings. Her work has travelled as far as Lamberts Bay and Port Elizabeth.

Currently, she is the owner and resident artist at the Pumpkin House Art Hub in Langebaan. Her inspiration comes from the ocean and swimming in open and cold-water conditions. These unchartered waters are the driving force behind Hanli’s art. She tunes into the rhythm of the sea and the movement within becomes an inexhaustible source of her genius.

Artwork from Hanli Theron displayed in previous Bright Street Gallery exhibitions:

Hanli Theron
SUMMER REFLECTION
Acrylic and mixed media
420 x 600mm
R1 575

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Hanlé Barnard

The Poets gift of colour, even

The canvas lends itself to expression with colours that burst. This tiny painting was a moment in time where the artist delved to express an emotion. It is marked by a celebration of love and colour, and reminiscent of beauty and her love of colour.

Hanlé Barnard THE POETS GIFT OF COLOUR, EVEN
Oil on canvas
R1 800

The Poet’s Dream, a metamorphosis

This work has transformed into various shapes and colours. The artist explores metamorphosis. Mostly painting in the evening with no red paint, she utilised nail polish to complete the work with shades of pink and orange. With her risk-taking and exploration of emotions, this work is her celebration of renewed trust often shaded by the shadows of doubt. 

Hanlé Barnard THE POETS DREAM, A METAMORPHOSIS
Mixed media on canvas
R4 500

Artist Bio:

Hanlé Barnard is a painter, singer, violinist, scriptwriter and actress. Her art lies close to her he(art) and a means to be herself and express emotions. Her relationship with the canvas is personal and the viewer integral. 

Her works are often a celebration of love and loss, echoing moments that she portrays with vivid colours and shapes. 

Art is her first love and she has enjoyed selling designs while exhibiting in prestigious galleries. The artist views the work as a distortion of the world where individuals are misunderstood, and her art is a way of making sense of her surroundings and intense feelings. Every painting is constructed with a burst of inspiration – and the artist mostly paints in the evenings with the utilization of light and shadows. 

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Artwork by Hanle Barnard, displayed in previous Bright Street Gallery Exhibitions:

Hanlé Barnard
Him to the Hummingbird
Acrylic on canvas
600x600mm
R6 000

About Him to the Hummingbird:

It’s a celebration of loss and the loose strokes and colours fade into a distorted shape with bright colours that playfully serves as fun antitheses to a loved one’s departure. The painting explores remembrance and finding beauty in pain.

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Matthew Cooke

I’m tying to capture those moments in our environment that uplift us and cause us to stop for a second.

– Matthew Cooke

Artist Bio:

Pen sketching and watercolour have drawn me into a journey into sketching landscapes, architecture and experiments.

Matthew Cooke
STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS
Pen, Ink on paper 590 x 770mm, framed
R13 500
Matthew Cooke
WINTERY WARMTH
Ink & watercolour on paper
280 x 350mm, Framed
R1 950

Growing up I had a grandfather who painted very classically styled watercolour landscapes and I gave it a go back then. I lost the urge for a long time after. Last year’s lockdown and all the stress that came with it, together with inspiration from my sister who has been painting for a while now, spurred me on to begin this journey that has turned into a bit of an obsession. Working from my own Instagram photos as well as others that I find all over the place online, I have been thoroughly enjoying the combination of loose penwork and watercolour.

Matthew Cooke
LANDSCAPE
Pen & Watercolour on paper 420 x 320mm, framed
R1 950

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Trushka Badenhorst,

To see is not necessarily to look, and to laugh is not necessarily to live.

There is really so much, much more …” – Trushka Badenhorst

Artist Bio:

With art at school, I started more than a decade after that with informal art lessons. Stopped for a long time, and started yet again.
Participated in a few group exhibitions in the past but the hunger to be FREE stayed, and in 2017 I started my full-time art career!

As an oil painter I recently stumbled upon charcoal and fell totally in-love with the medium! Also busy experimenting with acrylic, mixed media, recycle art and mosaics.

I’m really a broad-based creative – flexible,’pliable’ to change – redo, reconstruct, restore… The same reason why I mostly create to draw out an emotional response from the onlooker.

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