MARK SANDERS

Mark Sanders
ETOSHA SPRINGBOK
Oil on canvas
400x1050mm
R2 250

Paintings by Mark Sanders featured in previous Bright Street Gallery exhibitions:

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ANJA MEETER

Creative Pattern Tangling in digital format printed on canvas:

Anja Meeter
SWAMP
Digital tangle printed on canvas
600x600mm
R1 800
Anja Meeter
CROSSROADS
Digital tangle printed on canvas
600x600mm
R1 800
Anja Meeter
PINWHEELS
Digital tangle printed on canvas
600x600mm
R1 800
Anja Meeter
ABUNDANCE
Digital tangle printed on canvas
600x600mm
R1 800
Anja Meeter
FLOATING POPPY
Digital tangle printed on canvas
600x600mm
R1 800
Anja Meeter
ZIP
Digital tangle printed on canvas
500x500mm
R1 200

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Tania Lockhart

Artist Bio:

Tania Lockhart nee Strachan grew up on a farm in the Elgin Valley surrounded by orchards and the most wonderful gardens .This is where her love of flowers, landscapes and vibrant colours started. She was inspired by her beautiful surroundings and influenced by her mother Lettie Strachan who was an accomplished artist.
Many of Tania’s botanical paintings are inspired by her love of gardening and her passion for flowers. On her hikes she takes copious photographs of the beautiful fynbos along the trails , which end up on her canvases .
Tania’s style is a fusion of realism and abstract art using a palate of vibrant and vivid colours.

Tania Lockhart
SHOALTIME
Acrylic on canvas
300x300mm
R1 500

She finds the process of painting and the use of colour wonderful for the lifting of spirits especially during lockdown when “SHOALTIME was created. Shoaltime was inspired by a beautiful photograph that she found on her mothers camera after she had sadly passed away (no doubt meant for Lefties own canvas).
Shoaltimes palette was purposely vibrant and the mood playful to lighten the mood of lockdown. It is a departure from her abundant canvases of botanicals and landscapes. Tania has enjoyed commercial success with silk art and recently her protea paintings.She looks forward to a future of growth as an artist spending more time developing her style and is blessed to spend time painting with a very special fellow artist and friend.

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Minette Kallis

Minette Kallis was born in Pretoria and grew up in Durban.
She was interested in art from a young age and attended classes at the Gay Upton School of Art from age 9 until she matriculated in 1999. She earned a Honours degree in B. Information Science specialising in Multimedia at the University of Pretoria. While at university she studied Visual Communication, Design and
Animation. After completing her degree she moved to Cape Town where she pursued a career in Software Design.

Minette Kallis FALSE BAY WAVE Acrylic on canvas 560x380mm R2 700


“Growing up near the coast, I have always had a special affinity for the ocean, The movement of light and reflection, and the almost lifelike motion of white water fascinate me.
I love trying to capture the richness of colours and tones in nature with loose, fluid brush work.”

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AUDREY HICKMAN

Artist Bio:

Audrey’s painting career naturally evolved out of her career as a ceramic artist.
She first attended classes in Bryanston with Gemma van Schaardenburg and then moved on to fine ceramics with Kim Sacks at her studio in Yeoville.

Audrey Hickman
REST
Mixed media
300x400mm
R2 550

She relocated to Hermanus in 1990 where she was part owner first of The Bay Studio in St Peter’s Lane and thereafter The Brush Stroke on Marine Drive in one of the historic Godfrey Cottages until 2008.
She retired from producing ceramics in 2005 when she established Audrey Hickman Properties.

She works in all media and is most inspired by color and line. Line work and mark making has become dominant in her current abstract pieces. She’s worked with a number of artists in Hermanus such as Maxi
Steytler and Tertia Knaap, Ken Hunkin, Erica Berry and Shelly Adams… and taken part in many local exhibitions.
She paints and teaches from the Volmoed Art Room from where a small collection of her work may be viewed as well as from the Volmoed Tearoom.

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