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Miniature paintings

Miniature paintings

Why miniature paintings? If you are unsure about what teacher’s gifts or Christmas presents to get, why not commission some custom miniature paintings for only R250 each? They are unique and can be made very special. Miniatures are extremely versatile; they are great as stand alone art, or can be combined in countless compositions to add character…

We miss you, Tata (Mandela)

We miss you, Tata (Mandela)

I originally created “We miss you, Tata” for Mandela month. During this process, I was overcome with emotion for the lost father of our rainbow nation and for the state our government is in. Sometimes I feel like our current leader is trying to mock the legacy Madiba left behind. I cried because all of…

Painting of a Persian Tortoiseshell Cat, Pixie

Painting of a Persian Tortoiseshell Cat, Pixie

Sadly, this beautiful Persian tortoiseshell cat is no longer with us. Beloved and precious to its mistress, and sorely missed. I created two versions – one in pastels, one in acrylic. Contact me if you would like me to create a portrait of a beloved family member for you.

Beach Scene Painting: Dis Lekker by die See

Beach Scene Painting: Dis Lekker by die See

This beach scene painting celebrates that feeling of bliss identified by endless hours lying on the beach. Let that feeling of relaxation envelop you, even if you can not make it to the beach this year. Imagine you have nothing better to do than basking in the sun, and admiring toe jewellery and manicured feet, taking a…

Keira

Keira

I painted this portrait of my beautiful daughter, Keira, so that I may have a lasting memory of her as she is now. A toddler. A girl. A chatterbox. Stubborn. Playful. Brutally honest.  Kind. Loving. Real. Words can not express the love I have for this little girl, and also how frustrating it can be to…

Your stairway lies on the whispering wind

Your stairway lies on the whispering wind

Stairway to Heaven, that classic song by Led Zeppelin, was the inspiration for this piece. I did this painting while I was still in high school. I was fortunate enough to attend National School of the Arts, a school which helped me grow in so many ways. This is one of the first paintings I…

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