Autumn leaf with lavender leaves on top - land art created in the garden - placed on a piece of wood
Exploring Creative Nature workshop
Through guided meditation, art-making, and a chance to share your experience with the other participants, you're invited to connect to your own inherent creative ability for self-expression. Come play!
 
All art materials included. Bring a little cushion, your own water bottle, and anything else to make yourself feel comfortable.
Dress comfortably.
Contact me for the next dates.
Only space for 8 people, pre-payment books your spot. 
Wilderness, Garden Route, South Africa
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Eyeline
"Eyeline"
Documentation of Land Art created on Gordon's Bay beach by packing red stones onto the rocks during low tide.  Limited edition archival print on cotton paper Size: 30 x 17 cm Editions: 5 UNFRAMED Please note that this artwork is printed on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
R900.00 Add to cart
Finding Growth – watercolour and pencil drawing
"Finding Growth" original drawing Medium: Watercolour and pencil on 300 gsm Canson art paper Size: 29,7 x 42 cm 2020 The inspiration/reference material for this drawing was a piece of dried foliage/roots and a broken shell found on the beach.
R1,600.00 Add to cart
Fingerprint
“Fingerprint” Photo-documentation of land art: Organic pattern using wrack seaweed washed ashore Site: Gordon’s Bay beach, Helderberg area, Western Cape, South Africa Limited edition archival print Size: 84 x 47 cm paper size (UNFRAMED) Editions: 5 2014 “God's fingerprint This is the pattern I see behind my eyelids and when I look at a leaf or perhaps just the ocean from afar It's in my reflection, looking up at me from the rippling water It's in the veins of my hands, which I don't know so well It changes like the moon day by day, but the cycle repeats.” - from "God's fingerprint" by Emma, Durham, NC Please note that this artwork is printed on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
R3,400.00 Add to cart
A black and white photo of butterflies on the ground
Flutter
Limited edition photographic print on high quality art paper Editions: 5 Size: 32 x 45 cm (which includes the white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED: Please let me know if you'd like my input or suggestions about choosing a frame. Please allow up to 12 working days - printed on order. How did I take the photo? Double-exposure with a SLR Pentax K-100 camera - completely done in-camera, I did not use Photoshop or any other image manipulation programme! Instead of taking one photo on a piece of the film, I take two photos over the same frame on the film (TIP for DIY: when doing this, double the ISO setting on the camera: if you're using 100 ISO film, then set the setting as 200 ISO).
R1,800.00 Add to cart
Forest Floor Dream
"Forest Floor Dream"
Ink on paper, drawing with fineliner, unframed
29.7 x 420 cm
2018 This ink on paper drawing is a reminder of nature's fragile balance. The Knysna Leaf-folding Frog (Afrixalus knysnae) ranks amongst the highest in need for conservation orientated research within South African threatened frogs. In the light that many of the sites are so small, there is a need to take action to preserve these sites. Control of invasive vegetation is imperative for this species’ survival.
R2,800.00 Add to cart
A bright green colour photo of leaves and branches
Forest Foliage
Limited edition photographic print on art paper Editions: 5 Size: 32 x 42 cm (which includes the white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED - the framed photo are shown as example/suggested framing. Please let me know if you'd like my input or suggestions about choosing a frame. Please allow up to 12 working days, these prints are printed on order. How did I take the photo? Double-exposure with a SLR Pentax K-100 camera - completely done in-camera, I did not use Photoshop or any other image manipulation programme! Instead of taking one photo on a piece of the film, I take two photos over the same frame on the film (TIP for DIY: when doing this, double the ISO setting on the camera: if you're using 100 ISO film, then set the setting as 200 ISO).
R1,800.00 Add to cart
A black and white photo of almost transparent sheep in the Kalahari
Ghosts of the Kalahari
Double exposure photograph taken in-camera, on film, with a Pentax K-1000. Limited edition photographic print on art paper Editions: 3 Size: 45 x 35 cm, paper size (includes the generous white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED - the framed photo are shown as example/suggested framing. Please let me know if you'd like my input or suggestions about choosing a frame. Please allow up to 12 working days, these prints are printed on order.  
R1,800.00 Add to cart
Photographs taken through a microscope
Glimpses – set of 3: printed on paper
"Glimpses" Photographs taken through a microscope. R900 for 3 prints - please specify which images you would like me to print Printed on acid-free art paper (unframed) Print size: 15cm x 15cm each Please note that these small prints are created on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
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Glimpses – set of 3: printed on wood
"Glimpses" Photographs taken through a microscope. R2200 for 3 prints - please specify which images you would like me to print Printed with UV cured inks on MDF board prepared with a layer of white print. 15cm x 15cm each Please note that these small prints are created on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
R2,200.00 Add to cart
Three photos of arranged rocks on the beach with waves coming in
Gordonsbay Rock Slivers
Photo-documention of land art: Rock Slivers, Gordon's Bay, Western Cape. Medium: Printed on Textured Matte Art Paper - unframed Edition size: Once-off print - signed & editioned 1/1 Size: 29.7 x 42 cm Year: 2014 (printed 2015) This artwork is already printed, but please allow 7 work days for packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information.
R800.00 Add to cart
A photo in red mud of a hand print
Grab
"Grab" Photo-documentation of land art - my handprint in Red mud Created during the Global Nomadic Art Project: South Africa - "Stories of Rain" Site: dam at Gecko Creek, Cederberg, South Africa, 2016.  Symbolic of the way we keep 'grabbing' minerals, wood, water and other natural resources from the Earth without replacing and replenishing, without supporting nature's regenerative qualities. My human hand becomes synonym for our damaged relationship to the land. Limited Edition archival print on cotton paper Size: 80 x 65 cm paper size Editions: 3 UNFRAMED Please note that this artwork is printed on order – please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
R4,200.00 Add to cart
Green City
Limited edition photographic print on high quality art paper. Editions: 5 Size: 47 x 35 cm (which includes the white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED: Please let me know if you'd like my input or suggestions about choosing a frame. Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order. How did I take the photo? Double-exposure with a SLR Pentax K-100 camera - completely done in-camera, I did not use Photoshop or any other image manipulation programme! Instead of taking one photo on a piece of the film, I take two photos over the same frame on the film (TIP for DIY: when doing this, double the ISO setting on the camera: if you're using 100 ISO film, then set the setting as 200 ISO).
R1,800.00 Add to cart
Growing Stronger
Archival print on textured matte paper W:104cm x H:80cm x D:01cm (paper size, unframed) Ltd. Edition of 3, signed. Lichen, trees and fynbos of the Cape Town area served as inspiration for this artwork, but it also symbolises personal and emotional growth. growth: /noun - 1.the process of increasing in size. "the upward growth of plants" ...growing in maturity, broadening our perception and widening our circle of compassion.
R5,800.00 Add to cart
Hiding or Healing – Edition: 1/5
Photo-documentation of land art created in Deer Park, Cape Town. Edition: 1/5. Print size: 52 x 38 cm. Printed and signed in 2011 This artwork is already printed, but please allow 7 work days for packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information.
R1,600.00 Add to cart
Holes in the Sand
Photo-documentation of land art created using beach sand Site: Myoli beach, Sedgefield, Garden Route, Western Cape, South Africa 2016 Limited Edition Archival print Printed on 300gsm fine art paper Editions: 3 UNFRAMED - frame not included Please note that this artwork is printed on order - please allow 12 work days for printing, packaging and delivery. Please view my terms & conditions or contact me for more information
R2,400.00 Add to cart
Three photos of waves on the beach
Human Nature Time I
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
R2,400.00 Add to cart
Three photos of the waves on the beach
Human Nature Time II
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
R2,400.00 Add to cart
A collection of three photos of waves on the beach
Human Nature Time III
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
R2,400.00 Add to cart
Three photos of the waves on the beach
Human Nature Time IV
Breaking the line of the water’s edge with a stone, a broken shell during the incoming tide. Sunset Beach, West Coast of the Western Cape, South Africa This artwork symbolises our ability as humans to stop or resist the tide coming in the years ahead. Collectively we have managed to cause anthropomorphic climate change through our ceaseless burning of fossil fuels, abuse of resources, deforestation and greenhouse gases caused by our consumption. We have caused irreversible damage to the quality of life of our future generations, and even if we manage to change our ways, we’ve already reached or passed the tipping point. At the same time, however, when we compare our existence as a species on this planet to the time that the earth has existed, we realize that our lives are quite inconsequential. The impact we leave will not last for hundreds of thousands of years into the future. We endlessly resist the tide of time that is entwined with nature’s essence in our daily lives, but eventually we cannot resist or impede nature’s cycles, growth and transformation any more than the broken shell temporarily resists the line of the water from the incoming tide before being washed away completely. Limited edition photographic print on art paper. Editions: 3 Size: 30 x 54 cm (includes white border) UNMOUNTED, UNFRAMED Please allow up to 12 working days for delivery - printed on order.  
R2,400.00 Add to cart