Get your piece of art…

Apparently we can expect clouds, rain and wind over the weekend. So, having picnics at the beach is a bit out of the question. So why not get your monthly art dose this weekend – somewhere warm and cosy? Art exhibitions off course.

Donna McKellar – Life as a House
The Gallery at Grande Provence proudly present a solo exhibition of paintings by Donna McKellar. This exhibition looks at urban decay, lack of
maintenance, loss of beauty and strength – all related to human life.
27 October – 3 December
The Gallery, Grande Provence Heritage Wine Estate, Franschhoek, Tel: (021) 876 8630 or for more info email:

Elizabeth Gunter: ‘Fugitive Lives’
In this exhibition Elizabeth Gunter explores themes of duality within
birth and death and the quiet violence imbued in the notion that the
first step towards one’s death begins with birth.
Brundyn & Gonsalves, 71 Loop Street. 10 October – 21 November. 18h-22h.

Cape Town’s Month of Photography Festival
This month, Cape Town celebrates photography. It is the 5th annual festival and it is really something to see if you are interested in photography. From the site: “The
festival encompasses more than 160 photographers this 5th edition, with
work in series, installation and moving images, accepted to showcase in
this celebration of photography as a medium of personal and artistic
expression, social engagement; political comment and philosophical
discourse.” Go have a look!
Until 31 October @ 12pm – 9pm
R20 for this amazing festival!
Castle of Good Hope, Corner Darling & Buitenkant Street, Cape Town, Tel: 071 3112963

Transformations Photography Exhibition
It is the Cape Town Month of Photography and to add to this celebration internationally acclaimed photographer Araminta de Clermont’s three-part
“Transformations: Before Life, Life After and A New Life” 
explores the relationship
between outward appearance and inner metamorphosis.
Until 25 November 10am-4pm
This is mahala!
Casa labia, 192 Main Road, Muizenberg, Tel: (021) 788 6068

Noel Ashton
Noordhoek artist Noel Ashton celebrates is ‘a year in nature’ paintings. This exhibition showcases the reconnecting and offers a
unique perspective of the extraordinary natural world around us. A beautiful exhibition that is well worth a visit.
Until 27 October
The Cape Gallery, 60 Church Street, Cape Town. Visit: visit

Go have some art and a delicious glass of the finest red 🙂


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