Hats of the 1930s Series – 1

  • Oil on canvas
  • 20cm x 50cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ France ~ Still Life ~
  • One of my aunts was a “Modeliste”, which is French for hat maker. Imagine the ecstatic feeling of a little girl entering her aunts home full of feathers, ribbons, laces and hats by the hundreds! The smell, the touch, the adventure in the middle of it all while she sat behind her old Singer machine putting the finishing touches on some hats for her clients.
  • R 1900

Red Pomegranates and Blue Sea

  • Oil on canvas
  • 30cm x 62cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Still Life ~
  • Came a time when I could not stop painting Pomegranates. What is better than with contrasting colours like the sea knowing that this fruit rather likes a hot environment? Here they are like brothers and sisters waiting to take a dive and roll on the sand!
  • R 2800

Pomegranates With Lavender

  • Oil on canvas
  • 37cm x 74cm
  • Artwork ~ Available ~ Still Life ~
  • A warm earth-tone backdrop helps to set the deep red, jewel-like, pomegranate seeds in sharp contrast with the grace and elegance of fragrant lavender.
  • R 4800

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

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