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  • A French Celebration


    A Still Life in Oils “A French Celebration”.

  • A Regent Street Scene


    I was invited by the Editor of the South African Artist Magazine to participate in the “One Image, Three Artists” Winsor & Newton Winton Oil Paints Challenge in Issue 48. The reference image was a busy Regent Street scene in London, England. It was a fantastic challenge with a tight deadline, and I am very happy with the end result.

  • Art Supplies


    A fun little painting capturing the “tools of the trade” of this artist in my favourite art mug.

  • Australian Rainbow Lorikeets


    East Coast Australian Rainbow Lorikeets in Cane Palm.

  • Blueberry Buffalo


    Our beautiful Cape Buffalo also known as the African Buffalo, is one of the Big 5 Game of South Africa. They are the most peculiar looking animals and I really enjoyed painting him. Widely regarded as one of the most dangerous animals on the African Continent, they are really good swimmers and their only predators are lions and crocodiles.

    Reference Photo Credit: Jane Kinnear-Smith Photography

  • Central Berg Cows


    On a business road trip to the Central Drakensberg with two Hospitality colleagues, we spotted these gorgeous cows at the side of the road against the beautiful Drakensberg backdrop.

    Our driver kindly stopped to let me take photos and the result is this gorgeous contemporary cow painting.

    Such a lovely day presenting to the Drakensberg Experience Hospitality Industry group at the site launch site of Drakensberg Hot Air Ballooning. Definitely a bucket list item.

    Delighted with how beautiful the loose brushstrokes have captured the relaxed nature of these roadside cows!




  • Clarens Buttress


    I was raised in Johannesburg and Bloemfontein, and am a Free State girl at heart. This painting was painted on a Shirley Howells Workshop at Sunnyside Guest Farm, just outside Clarens and the Golden Gate National Park in the Free State.

    I experimented with both palette knife and colour to create the beautiful ochre, orange, pink and crimson tomes of the surrounding sandstone mountains, so close to the Lesotho border. Lush green fields, crisp blue skies, it is a special and happy place for me, and many other artists who have painted here over the years.


  • Clarens Dam


    I am a Free State girl at heart and just love the Eastern Free State, especially Clarens and the Golden Gate National Park.

  • Contemporary Drakensberg


    Champagne Castle in the Drakensberg is a very special place for my family and I and has been since I was a small child. Painting special memories of family time, really makes me happy.

  • Flame Lily


    500 x 500 x 50 “Flame Lily:

    The National flower of Zimbabwe, this powerhouse of colour was begging to be painted! Love the strong complimentary colours in this painting and the hints of blue in the background. She is looking for a special home.

    Photo reference credit: Tezz Olds of Bonana Tours.

  • Harmony Pattern


    A painting reflecting balance, harmony and colour. I love the way the texture and the canvas play together, to make the paint look like suede. I find it calming looking at this piece of art, and it has an almost 70’s retro yet contemporary feel to it.

  • Horse Racing


    Leading by a length and a half.

  • Hout Bay Boats


    One of my favourite places in the world. The beautiful Hout Bay fishing village in Cape Town. Happy family holiday memories for me as a child, and now for my children. The smells sounds and sights of Hout Bay.

  • Hout Bay Pier


    I have walked that pier over many, many years while on holiday in the Cape and while being a student in Cape Town. Cape Minstrels, Fishermen, Boats, the sound of Seagulls. One of my favourite places!

  • Landscape with Lilac Bridge


    A restaurant with a view! The beautiful rolling Midlands hills. Lush green pastures with trees dotted like green guardians of the hills, and the babbling brook running under the architecturally beautiful bridge.

  • Lesotho Rondawel Girl


    We met this young lady while taking our Westville B&B American visitors up Sani Pass to a cultural village in Lesotho. Our guide was giving a talk about the Basotho people, and she was sitting quietly listening when she looked up and I snapped her picture. I just had to paint her.