Reflection of a Lavender Mountain

  • Oil on canvas
  • 42cm x 58cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Landscape ~ South Africa ~
  • When I went to do an exhibition in Tulbagh, I had to install my paintings very early that day and as the morning sun was still pinkish, it tinted the still silent mountains around with a lilac and lavender colour. With the sun's rays just touching the green fields, my artist eye could not escape the tranquility of their reflection in the water!
  • R 4200

Hidden Mountain Farm in Tulbagh

  • Oil on canvas
  • 35cm x 67cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Landscape ~ South Africa ~
  • The beauty of life in this painting lifts up the contrast between the greenery and the dry mountainside surrounding the farm. Every year more buildings pop up and life increases where before no life was.
  • R 4300

Hermanus Cliff Path in Spring

  • Oil and sand on canvas
  • 35cm x 50cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Landscape ~ South Africa ~
  • This place could not escape being painted! Every week it has a different colour. So to give a more definite texture to the painting I used river sand to build the rockery and oil paint for the vegetation. This one is my sculpture painting.
  • R 4300

Hats Country Style

  • Oil on canvas
  • 51cm x 26cm ea
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ France ~ Still Life ~
  • When I was visiting my family in France, as little girls do, my sister and I enjoyed trying on all the hats we could find. So was born my hat collection on canvas.
  • R 1500 ea

Fruitful Pomegranate Exposed

  • Oil on canvas
  • 50cm x 50cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Still Life ~
  • Having lived for a few years in the Sahara, I learned the value of this fruit; so easily available there with figs and dates. The transparency of the red grains attracted my brushes and you have it now magnified for your pleasure.
  • R 5600

A Medieval Classic French Door

  • Oil on canvas board
  • 35cm x 28cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ France ~ Landscape ~
  • How intriguing is such a massive door in a corner? A challenge to get the perspective right and the vegetation luxurious! In Bordeaux the stones used are mostly lime stone which can give an old but classy effect.
  • R 2400

Foret au Couteau

  • Oil on canvas
  • 50cm x 40cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Landscape ~
  • My son was fascinated by the fact that one can paint, not always with a brush, but also with a palette knife. This painting is the result of our discussion.
  • R 2800

Lively Yellow Bubbles in the Light

  • Oil on canvas
  • 40cm x 40cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~
  • Once 'Blue Bubbles' was done, I gladly went to paint more of them but this time the light came from the bulb above me and contributed to this sharp flashiness on them. Does it not remind you of certain things in life coming, flashing and going again?
  • R 1900

Lively Blue Bubbles in the Light

  • Oil on canvas
  • 40cm x 40cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~
  • Why do I look for challenges like this? To paint such a lively item you have to exercise your memory! Bubbles don’t stand still in the air waiting for you to paint them! These reflected the blue light of the sky behind me.
  • R 1900

Inviting Stoep in Volmoed

  • Oil on canvas
  • 43cm x 44cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ South Africa ~ Still Life ~
  • As I grew up in a Plant Nursery, these pots on the stoep of a peaceful retreat attracted my brushes, so much so that they nearly painted all on their own! In finishing it, my art mentor revealed that the pointed pot came from her grand-mother a long time ago . .
  • R 2200