WA: Watercolour Artworks | AA: Acrylic Artworks
WA: Botanical Themes
AA: I can easily combine, leave out or replace any part of the photo’s / images from which I will create the artwork. I’ll make sure to take into account artistic elements like colour, balance & detail throughout the process.
(It also contains details on pickup / delivery arrangements)
A deposit amount is required before I can start with any project and the full payment before the artwork can be released / shipped.
Watercolour Artworks: Once-off Full Payment OR 50% non-refundable deposit when you place your order | other 50% on completion
Acrylic Artworks: 1. A Full Once-Off Payment OR 2. Incremental Payments over 3 or 5 Months*
Artwork Total / 3
Artwork Total / 3
OR Artwork Total /5
Local (South African) Payment Details: An EFT transfer or cash is accepted.
WA: 2-4 weeks
AA: The time-frame is highly dependent on the size of the project, but 2 months is a good average.
*Please Note: I am adventurous with themes for artworks, but if your request includes something I am not comfortable with, I would advise you to rather find someone else for such a project. I am primarily a landscape & nature artist (including architecture) and prefer to work with themes along these lines.
**Please Note: Full Payment is required before the artwork is released.
If collection in Pretoria will not be possible:
LOCAL / RSA
Watercolour Artworks: An extra R100 will be necessary /charged from the recipient for Postnet-to-Postnet shipping.
Acrylic Artwork: Shipping fees are included in the price.
Not included and handled case by case. FYI: Watercolour art can be shipped as “documents” and will be priced as such.
Since I can remember, I have always loved being creative! Drawing and painting is the way I express myself. After nearly having lost sight in both my eyes, I am more determined than ever that I must use my artistic talent!
I spent some time living by the coast in the harbour town of Richardsbay, but for now I’m back in my home town, Pretoria.
I am an artist with a sense of adventure. I love visiting new natural settings while feeling the wind in my face. I am also quite fond of old architectural structures and buildings.
Through the use of art I can relive and explore my experiences – capturing textures and patterns; the interplay between light and colour.
I completed a degree in Landscape Architecture (BSc. L.Arch) at the University of Pretoria which greatly expanded my creative skills and enriched my walk as an artist.
While growing up, my family and I traveled through unique landscapes. As I am not a good car-snoozer, I spent countless hours looking at the passing scenery. Thinking. Dreaming. Staring… Drinking in the landscape. Combine this with a little girl who distinguished between her right and left hand by testing with which one she could draw a flower, and, after many years of hard work and a passion for art, I became a full-time Artist.
I believe that art has the power to capture the hearts of people – their attention and imagination. Unfortunately this powerful medium is also used to add to the confusion, meaninglessness and darkness that is part our world.
Creativity is one of the most obvious characteristics of God – this is evident in how creative He had been in all of Creation. I found it interesting that, according to the Bible, the first person of whom it was said to have been “filled with the Spirit” was Bezalel (see Exodus 31:1-5 & also 28:3) so that he would be able to make artistic designs.
In all that I do, including art, I want to honour my Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ. My artwork is an expression of worship to my King. It has been said that art is always a means and never an end in itself.”