An artistÆs canvas reflects the face he chooses to show to the world, but the place in which that art is made is seldom revealed. Paul Duncan was given unparalleled access into the homes and lives of fifteen of South AfricaÆs most revered artists.
These beautifully crafted concertina colouring books feature 15 unique colouring templates that allow you to bring the worldÆs great buildings, gardens and fashion runways to life. Printed on premium weight matte paper and featuringan elastic closure, each album seamlessly unfurls to form a 10-foot (3 metre) -long panorama.
The vast spaces of the Karoo abound with images pecked, incised or engraved onto rock surfaces. These landscape markings, generally known simply as 'rock engravings', were created in the pre-colonial period by San hunter-gatherers who roamed this land in search of sustenance and water.
This artist's portfolio of 25 watercolour prints of architectural Cape Town is a feast of colour, character and perspective. The late Ronald Cohen, architect and artist, spent a lifetime capturing his surroundings on paper.
Originally published by the Standard Bank as part of a curated exhibition in May 2011, this prestigious volume celebrates the life and works of Peter Clarke (1929û2014), one of South AfricaÆs foremost artists. A mere 500 copies were originally published, all taken up at the exhibition, and continued demand has led to its re-release.
Fabric painting is filled with designs for cushions, tablecloths, backpacks, T-shirts, wall hangings and many more material inspired projects. The designs add a fresh new variation on traditional fabric painting techniques and also include new exciting techniques like batik, multimedia, laser print and stencil.
Inject a little whimsy into your daily grind! Inside are 30 relaxing and creative activities that invite you to lose yourself in floral fantasy. Talented artist Valentina Harper opens up a world of artistic fulfillment in this inspiring colouring book for grown-ups.
Much has changed since Craft Art in South Africa was published in 2002. This follow-up edition highlights the renewed sense of creativity and inspiration that is sweeping across the country against all odds.
The towering sculptures of Dylan Lewis are becoming well-known landmarks in South Africa, where they grace botanical gardens, golf courses, grand hotel foyers and the halls of discerning collectors. Increasingly, they are being snapped up by galleries and institutions abroad.