Marion Langton

Marion Langton BLAME IT ON THE MOON
Watercolour on paper
R7 000

MARION LANGTON awssa fsasa – Born in Paarl South Africa and resides in Hout bay with her Daughter. Her artistic career began in 1984 studying with Len Thomas. Additional studies under Derric van Rensburg, Dale Elliott and Stephanie Watson gave Marion sound technical watercolour knowledge, and further creative workshops have given her an unsaturated desire to create in the medium.

Marion Langton BAGATELLE
Watercolour on paper
R2 500

She has a passion for watercolours and enjoys sharing her unique approach. With her technical abilities, she experiments with the medium creating innovative works which are often started randomly involving design and colour, allowing the paintings to develop into a resolved experience. Her paintings often depict the role that women play in the life of South Africa.

Marion Langton HAPPY LANDINGS
Watercolour on paper
350 x 500mm
R3 500

In 1969 she was made an Associate of the Watercolour Society of South Africa and in 2007 she became a Fellow of the South African Society of Artists. In 2010 was awarded a medal of appreciation for promoting art locally and nationally by the South African National Association of the Visual Arts. Marion enjoys depicting flowers, landscapes and figures. Has participated in many group exhibitions throughout South Africa and has held 4 successful solo exhibitions.

Marion Langton HELDERBERG VIEW
Watercolour on paper
560 x 760mm
R5 500

Her work is represented in private collections in many countries. Through actively taking part in various groups such as the SA Society of Artists, Western Cape Watercolour Group, Somerset West Art Group and the Stellenbosch Art Association, Marion has achieved numerous awards for her watercolours over the years. Marion lectured at the Andrew Owen School of Art & Design and now conducts her own classes, workshops, critiques and demonstrations. Has been teaching adults for 24 years encouraging her students to derive as much pleasure from painting as she does while discovering their individual creativity.

Marion Langton COPPĖLIA Watercolour on paper
680 x 860mm
R7 000

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JALAUN SCHULTZ

“Colour is an important element in my art and the feeling and mood that different hues and shades can convey and create.” – Jalaun Schultz


Jalaun Schultz
TRANSFORMATION
Acrylic on canvas
R3 750

I am a self-taught artist that resides in Somerset West. Some of my earliest memories are of me drawing – creating has always been my passion. However, it took o few years to get back to that desired place.
After obtaining a qualification in law and spending a few years working – I finally had the time to breathe and focus on creativity after my daughter was born, as I stopped working full time.

Painting for me has always been a joy – a need to express the astounding beauty that often surrounds us often in the small and overlooked things such as a bright yellow lemon from my tree in the garden. The incredible detail in creation never ceases to amaze me and being able to interpret a fraction of that on a canvas is awe-inspiring.


My painting style is realistic, with the occasional nod towards abstraction, to incorporate additional unexpected elements – even if it’s just in the background of o particular artwork. Finding the perfect balance between realism and abstraction is a process that fascinates me – a journey, not just to point out what I see but also what I feel. Artists who inspire me have perfected balancing these opposite ends of the scale.

Jalaun Schultz CAERULEUM
Acrylic on canvas
R4 800


Additionally, colour is an essential element in my art, as the different shades and hues can set the mood or feeling of a piece.

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More artwork by Jalaun Schultz featured in previous exhibitions at Bright Street Gallery:

Jalaun Schultz TAKE FLIGHT
Acrylic on canvas, 380 x 760mm
R1 800
Jalaun Schultz
CONVERSATIONS FOR ALL SEASONS
Acrylic on canvas, 600 x 700 mm
R2 100
Jalaun Schultz
WINTER WEDDING
Acrylic on canvas, 800 x 900mm
R3 600
Jalaun Schultz HARVEST TABLE
Acrylic on canvas
560x710mm
R1 800
Jalaun Schultz
WAITING FOR SPRING
Acrylic on canvas
800x900mm
SOLD

Belita Burger

Artist Bio:

Artist Belita Burger was born in the Cape. From an early age, she showed her love of the arts. She started painting professionally in 1986, starting with mixed media, oils and watercolour. Belita has had numerous exhibitions in Pretoria, Johannesburg and Cape Town and many dual exhibitions with other wonderfully talented artists.

Belita Burger CAPE OF STORMS
Oil on canvas
500 x 800mm
R3 250

Since moving to Somerset West her reputation as an artist, illustrator and writer has grown. She has done many commissions and several of her works hang in private collections all over the world and in South Africa.

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Belita Burger MORNING SUNRISE
Oil on boxed canvas
SOLD
Belita Burger STORM OVER THE NAMIB
Oil on canvas 1200 x 900mm
R7 500

The Broken Earth Series:

How does one face a white canvas, as an artist? When all around us the earth we occupy, has broken in two… Gone! Thus the reason for my series of paintings:

1.The tree of Life: With the crumbling soil beneath its roots, it stands fruitless.

2. The bonds that bind us: Families move on. Ties have been broken as we watch them blow softly in the wind.

Belita Burger
The Ties That Bind Us
Oil on canvas Triptych,
500x740mm

3.    The scorched earth: The power of fire, the devastation it leaves behind and we are faced with the dead and dying earth.

Belita Bruger
Destruction of Fire
Oil on canvas
460x610mm

4. Rain over the Namib: A blessing to revitalise the dry earth.

Belita Bruger
Rain over the Namib
Oil on canvas
460x610mm

5. Far from the maddening crowd: Peace, beautiful peace.

Belita Bruger
Far From the Maddening Crowd
Oil on canvas
420x590mm

6. Paradise lost: When we look again, it will be all gone, we have to hold on to what we have.

Belita Burger
Paradise Lost
Oil on canvas
500x760mm

7. The eternal figure of Hope: Never do we give up. As we know: “This too shall pass.”

Belita Burger
The Eternal figure of Hope
Oil on canvas
700x700mm

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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Trushka Badenhorst New Beginnings Triptych >>>

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

To view the artwork of our 26 participating artist, click on the names below. Copyright reserved by the artists.       

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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Anel Wessels

Artist Bio:

My photographic work explores issues around societal inequalities and personal stories. My approach to my subject and environment, combined with the documentary qualities of traditional black and white film photography, allows me to create emotive works which tell a story through intimate and candid moments, inviting the viewer to bear witness.

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

I cultivated my passion for analogue/documentary photography and the process of hand printing whilst studying Fine art at The Michaelis School of Fine Art, UCT. I’ve worked around Southern and East Africa and currently reside in Cape Town.

Earlier bodies of works such as West Coast and The Gospel Express investigate very specific communities to tell a larger story of what happens to people on the sidelines of a hyper-modernised society. Since then I have turned the camera onto my own life and am using photography as a tool to process trauma by documenting my own as well as my loved ones’ experience with issues such as gender-based violence.

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

Though my work often deals with serious subjects, I attempt to keep my imagery subtle and poetic and continue to document life as it happens around me.

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