Early winter at the water’s edge …

Painting done on 7 December 2019. I used the “wet-on-wet: technique propagated by Bill Alexander and Bob Ross at the end of the previous millennium. The painting was done without any reference to any specific place … and purely completed from the heart.

Details / Size

  • Oil on Canvas
  • W: 297mm x H: 210mm (A4)
  • Commissions accepted – please contact the artist.

(SOLD … In a Private Collection)

Chinese fishermen home-ward bound

Painting done on Commission in 1983 for a prominent businessman from Welkom (Free State, RSA).

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Lurking in the shadows…

Painting done in 1991 and is now in the collection of a prominent South Africa TV actor of the 1st decades of SABC TV.

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Table Mountain – famous landmark on the Southern tip of Africa – has been voted as one of the MODERN DAY “Wonders Of The World”.

Awesome sight when viewed from Blouberg Strand across Table Bay.

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Years ago someone slipped a Monochrome Photo taken of the Spitzkoppe in Namibia into my hand – and said: “How would this go down as an oil painting?”

Ok – now it is done … I had the privilege of a closer encounter with the Spitzkoppe and simply had to put brush to canvas. Continue reading ›

The light – the moment – the message … all came through in this incredible scene.

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African Wildlife absolutely fascinates me – and the enormous challenge to capture that momentary glint in the eye of an African Juvenile Monkey resulted in this work.

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In a world of mortar & plastic & tin … it is awesome to capture something alive & feathery in oils and have it hanging on your wall.

This in a way is part of my tribute to nature & animal life…

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The Rock Formation known as “The Finger of God” or Mukurob (in the local vernacular), near Asab in Namibia, was a sandstone rock formation in the Namib Desert which collapsed on 4 December 1988.
Only debris is left from this rock pinnacle that once dominated the surrounding desert landscape.
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