Miles creates a combination of dark urban wastelands and natural backdrops, unlike his tranquil rural landscapes, in order to manifest imagery typical of contemporary Cape Town. He depicts smoggy views of the Woodstock and Salt River areas juxtaposed with Table Mountain in early morning light.
3 December – 30 January
South African Print Gallery, 109 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town
Tel: (021) 462 6851
Explained by a fish contained within water; while the water is contained within the river system or river bed. The symbolism lies in the dualities of inside and outside, interpreted as the subconscious and conscious elements co-existing in the natural environment. It is then portrayed within the landscape itself, which represents the whole or the psyche.
Until 2 January
Moor Gallery, 4 Bordeaux Street, Franschhoek
Tel: (021) 876 2616
The bronzes are complemented by prints on paper, steel, and copper. In addition, a limited edition Artist Book will be released on opening night.
Until 7 January
Jan Royce Gallery, 64 Church Street, Cape Town
Tel: (021) 4221624
Entitled Hide & Seek, it is a group sculpture exhibition curated by Teresa Lizamore. This is an active relationship between viewer, sculpture and environment. Participating artists include Cobus Haupt, Frank van Reenen, Mark Swart, Jaco Sieberhagen, Sam Allerton, Gregg Price, Strijdom Van Der Merwe, Uwe Pfaff and Marieke Prinsloo.
Until 28 February 2017
Clairvaux Cellar, Voortrekker Avenue, Robertson
Tel: (011) 880 8802
Bit by Bit Mosaic
Experience a day you will always remember. Half day Saturday workshop that is perfect for beginners – ‘you will be amazed at what you can achieve after just 1/2 a day,’ says owner Kerry Atherstone. Take the first step and we will guide you through the mosaic process. All the workshops are very practical.
R400 per person & Special rates when booking for 2 people.
Observatory, Cape Town
Tel: 079 042 3908
Big Tree Mosaics
Join Michelle McConnell, who started her journey into the art of mosaics after an inspirational trip to Turkey, at her home studio in Durbanville.
9:30am – 12:30pm & 6pm – 8pm
R60 – R90
42 Primula Crescent, WellwayPark East, Durbanville
Tel: 073 653 2688
Fiddlewood Pottery Studios
Classes are small and intimate giving student’s ample individual attention as they learn the tricks of the trade. Beginners are more than welcome to come and learn about pottery basics such as; glazing, firing, hand as well as wheelwork.
10am – 12:30pm, 7:30pm – 10pm & 5pm – 9:30pm
Fiddlewood Pottery Studio 88, 1st Avenue, Harfield Village, Claremont
Tel: (021) 671 2515