Norman Field

Artist Bio:


ln 1956 I obtained the U.K. equivalent of a matric pass in art. This unremarkable event brought to an end my formal art training.

Norman Field WAITING FOR WIND Oil on canvas board 400 x 500mm R2 700


For the next 63 years, I became, like many others, an occasional weekend painter, using the age-old method of self-taught, namely trial and error. Landscapes and townscapes are my preferred subjects.
However, in 2019 I closed my architectural practice in Somerset West and began to paint on a much more regular basis.

Norman Field OVERBERG SOLITUDE
Oil on canvas
300 x 400mm
R2 700


I feel that this has steadily improved the quality of my work, which hopefully, can continue.
My only problem is that I might be running out of time!

Norman Field
PENINSULA Oil on canvas
400 x 400mm
SOLD

Michelle Oosthuizen


SUNSET IN PLETTENBERG BAY:


A painting of personal meaning as I have a deep connection to nature, always finding my peace and spiritual connection therein and especially so in Plett, where earth, water, sky and wind meet in absolute splendour to create the most breathtaking displays of nature – which the artist can only try to capture and share.

Michelle Oosthuizen
SUNSET IN PLETTENBERG BAY
Oil on canvas
SOLD

PROFILE:
Michelle is a 47 year old female, Self-employed Artist & Architect, currently residing in the leafy suburbs
of Johannesburg. Passionate about art, nature & good architecture.


EDUCATION:

1992-1998 B. ARCH University of Pretoria


EXPERIENCE:

Professional Architect, Architectural Visualization, Artwork in Oll & Watercolour

EXHIBITIONS:

2o18-2019 Milkwood Gallery, Plettenberg Bay
2o1b Art Alive Exhibition, Pretoria
2o19 Simplicity Group Exhibition, Bright Street Gallery
2o2r Plett Art Festival, Milkwood Gallery