On Thursday evening, 12 October, we had, once again, a very small group of “drawers”. I’ll take this opportunity to remind everyone that these monthly sessions will be discontinued if there is not more interest shown. We did, however, have a wonderfully, peaceful evening’s drawing, with plenty of space for changing places and points of […]
Our second Art in the Park for 2017 will be held on 25 November in Rondebosch Park, on Campground Road. See the latest newsletter for details.
On Thursday 26 October, Lynne Menge has arranged a plein air outing for us to Nitida Wine Farm, in Durbanville. See the latest newsletter for details.
At our monthly meeting on 26 October, we will be having a talk by John Pace, winner of the 2015 Sanlam Portrait Award. John is also the owner and art director of the creative agency “At Pace”.
This has been a busy week for SASA council members and their team of helpers. On Wednesday we dismantled the Annual Exhibition from the “Richard Crowie Hall” at Kirstenbosch and on Thursday 5 October we were back again to hang the Members’ 2 Exhibition – once again a challenging job, expertly overseen by Sylvia De […]
The SASA members’ meeting for September was held on Thursday the 28th, at the Athenaeum, when our members were educated and entertained by Yvonne Ankerman. Yvonne demonstrated for us, her particular method of painting flowers in oils, using only a palette knife and sosatie stick. On a ready-painted, coloured […]
Thursday 21 September was a very busy day for the SASA council members and their helpers at the Richard Crowie Hall at Kirstenbosch. The day was spent arranging and hanging over 260 pieces of art. It was a tight squeeze, with the many large paintings to be shown, but we managed, creating a very beautiful […]
Our Winter Workshop on 26 August at the Peter Clarke Art Centre featured Derric Van Rensburg, a renowned and accomplished artist. He shared with us his own personal spin on the art of painting with acrylics. Derric was his usual entertaining and informative self and the lucky group of SASA members who’d managed […]