Michelle Oosthuizen


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
Oil on canvas

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.


1992-1998 B. ARCH University of Pretoria


Professional Architect, Architectural Visualization, Artwork in Oll & Watercolour


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

Out of the BLUE: A sea of colour & texture

The Out of the BLUE group exhibition featuring Sculptural Ceramics by the students of The Potters Place is currently open to view at Bright Street Gallery.

This exhibition offers a wonderful selection of Paintings and Ceramic work. It truly is a sea of colour and texture. Whether you are an art enthusiast, an artist, an art collector or looking for unique gifts this season. Don’t miss this exhibition!

Participating artist – Painting:

Chris Butters, Belita Burger, Cath Duncan, Karla Duterloo, Vernon Fourie, Erna Groenewald, Norman Field, Ankia Joubert, Grant Netherlands, William Olivier, Michelle Oosthuizen, Anneke Potgieter,  Hanli Theron, Bert Touwen, and Di White

Participating Artists – Sculptural Ceramics:

Anja Appy, Petra Derksen, Jeanine Dickson, Debbie Hulme, Bronwyn Lewis, Renata Jerling, Cynthia Slattery, Lorraine Sykes, and Julie Willis.

The Exhibition is open to view until the 5th of March 2022.

Gallery hours:
Tuesday to Friday 10h00 – 15h45
Saturday 09h00 – 12h30

For more info:

Email: brightstreetgallery@gmail.com or visit www.brightstreetgallery.com
(+27) 21 851 2520
33 Bright Street, Somerset West, 7130

All safety protocols remain in place including social distancing, wearing of masks and sanitising on entry.