This weekend in Greyton

For your agenda: This weekend both of us are participating in the Greyton Art Walk. We will exhibit in the DR-Church Hall in the center of it all. Yvonne with her own designs handmade jewellery (single pieces, limited edition series) of recycled material and South African Sterling Silver combined with naturally bonded earth minerals. Herman will […]

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For your agenda

  26-27 October: Baardskeerdersbos Art Route. You will find Yvonne at nr. 4 on the BBos Art Route map (previous house/workshop of Joshua Miles). 3 of Herman’s photos/photo-graphics are in the collection of the Baardskeerdersbos Art Gallery (nr. 5 on the map).

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This weekend at the Tulbagh Arts Festival — Yvonne de Wit – Jewellery Design & Art

This weekend I’n exhibiting in tow places during the Tulbagh Arts Festival in Tulbagh, Western Cape, South Africa. Manley Wine Estate: The Coddiwomplers With the theme “Broken” in mind, I picked up minerals from different areas in the Western Cape and twigs from the Catawba vine. The tendrils of each twig embrace their distinctive stone […] […]

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Dragon’s Lair

Dragons and eagles play an important role in myths from around the globe. Myths are, basically, about ‘good’ and ‘evil’. In the Venda culture in Southern Africa, for example, eagles represent the ‘good’ in narratives and ‘snake like monsters’ (dragons alike) the ‘evil’. For this photo-graphic imaginary I used elements from Norwegian mythology (Norske Miögatör), […]

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The Interview

Interview in GIGARTE (by previous Prado Madrid photography curator Georgeta Negraru) It’s a rare occasion that I exhibit in galleries and art events BUT the Tulbagh Arts Festival is one of those exceptions. You will find him in the Town Hall 27-29 September. Another event in South Africa is the Greyton Art Walk in Greyton […]

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