‘Life as a House’ exhibition opens on Saturday, 27 October 2012 at 11h00, until Monday, 3 December 2012 and is centred around urban decay, lack of maintenance, loss of beauty and strength - as related to human life.
The Franschhoek ‘Art in Clay’ Festival exhibition at The Gallery is titled ‘The Ceramists’ and will feature an installation of porcelain bowls by John Bauer, who will open the ceramics exhibition. A wide variety of ceramic artworks and vessels will be shown in The Project Room, The Cathedral and The Shop.
Other participating artists include Andile Dyalvane, Astrid Dahl, Gráinne McHugh, Karin Lijnes, Karen Kotze, Rae Goosen, Sandy Godwin, Anna van der Linde, David Schlapobersky, Felicity Potter, Mfuneko Dingiswayo and Monika van der Berg among others. ‘The Ceramists’ will run until Friday, 16 November 2012.
For more information or a preview please contact Carina (Curator) at The Gallery at Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate, email: firstname.lastname@example.org – telephone 021 876 8630 to make an appointment. The Gallery is open from Monday to Sunday, from 10h00 -18h00.
Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate is a sister property to
Huka Lodge, New Zealand (a member of Relais & Châteaux) and Dolphin Island, Fiji,
with all three exclusive properties comprising The Huka Retreats.
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