Bronze / Steel sculpture in a concrete base
16" x 12"
The latest metal sculpture series by renowned Johannesburg artist, James Delaney, is based on charcoal drawings, which are then cut from copper or steel, hand-buffed, polished and mounted in small blocks of hand-chiseled concrete. Seven artists are involved in making each unique piece. They are varied editions of 8, signed and numbered.
Juju hat or African Headdress to decorate your wall or on a stand. Meticulously handmade, the Juju hat, Bamileke feather headdress, or Tyn hat is traditionally worn by royal dancers during important ceremonies held by tribal chiefs. These breathtaking works of art transform into stunning wall hangings that bring texture and personality to any space. Made with chicken feathers, this multidimensional Juju hat is guaranteed to make a statement in any home.
40" x 40" stretched canvas
Rix Wellmann lives and works in a small Cape seaside village, surrounded by the sea, fynbos and a very unique mountain that channels energy right into her studio.
Visual art has always been her form of communication, resulting in her plants and animals taking on human emotion and becoming personified. This creates a quirkiness that expresses joy through her work.
We are very excited to have artwork by Rix Wellmann. She visited Chicago recently to exhibit her work, which sold out!
24" x 14" x 5"
Lisa Swerling's Glass Cathedrals are a series of miniature worlds in boxes. The dioramas express big ideas with tiny helpers - dancing bears, couples captured in an eternal embrace, expectant wallflowers, miniature ping-pong playing gods. Each scene contains a sparkling parallel world, reflecting the poignancy, absurdity and beauty of our own.
Framed size: 22" x 33"
Caronine Garbutt is a photographer based in New York. This photographic print of "Women in Technicolor" was taken in Kenya and is part of a limited edition.
For more information visit www.caroninegarbutt.com
Gabby's fascination lies with the people and architecture of the South African cities and neighborhoods. She views these figures and spaces from unusual perspectives and by doing this, captures a pattern that reveals visual and social elements unique to this country. Her work is an urban inquiry into the essence of certain spatial conditions, both abstract and specific. By drawing with the use of shape, her compositions are abundant with clarity and are innately architectural. Figures are painted using few brushstrokes in an attempt to reveal key characteristics and body language through the gesture of a mark.
32" x 25"
Lucienne Rappaport is a watercolor artist who melds abstract with expressionism. She is an award winning artist who has her work on display in private collections nationwide. Lucienne has had several one-woman shows throughout the country, including New York City. She studied with many well-known artists and now teaches privately and at workshops in Allentown, Pennsylvania. Lucienne is a signature member of the Northeast and Baltimore Watercolor Societies. She is an associate member of the American Watercolor Society and a member of the Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Watercolor Societies. She is also a member of the Lehigh Art Alliance and Parkland Art Leagues. Other works by Lucienne may be seen at https://www.facebook.com/LuciennePRappaport/ and Lucienne can be reached at Lumel@ptd.net.