• HOW TO BID: Click on the photo of the artwork and type the amount you would like to bid in the comment section. Bids must be higher than the reserve price. Your bid must be higher than that of the previous bidder by at least R50, to qualify as new bid.
• The Auction starts at 12pm on Friday 28 June 2019 and ends strictly at 12pm on Sunday 30 June 2019.
• If the auction ends and 2 or more bidders have bid the same highest amount within the last few seconds of the auction, we will then go into sudden death. (we will explain the rules at such a time)
• Please place your bids in the comments section below.
• All the best and please feel free to ask if you have any questions. Contact the Gallery on 021 851 2520 or email at email@example.com
• Price excludes postage. Postage or door-to-door courier can be arranged by the gallery at additional cost.
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Bright Street Gallery is proud to host a Mini Solo Exhibition by acclaimed Artist and Photographer Sue Tatham.
Sue’s favorite genre is contemporary classical realism. Her work is contemporary and versatile, and ranges from formal realism through to expressionism and abstraction at times. Women and feminine figures form a central recurrent theme, at times inspired by African and European mythology, natural geometry and her favorite teacher, nature.
The human form is a fascinating and favourite subject for Sue, and for this reason she simply loves figure drawing. Lively & energetic sketches of the feminine and masculine model are in charcoal and ink.
In her paintings Sue uses oils and watercolour to capture her mindful vision of diverse expressions and aspects of women.
MINDFUL FIGURES, SKETCHES & PORTRAITS Exhibition by Sue Tatham is on till 28 June 2018 at Bright Street Gallery.