Siphe Mdakane

Siphe Mdakane is a futuristic historian hailing from the nomadic parts of South Africa. He is a multi-disciplinary artmaker who draws his inspiration and reference points and all the cultures he has encountered. Throughout his journey, Siphe has collaborated with other like-minded artists. He does this via scriptwriting, directing and sculpting. Selected work Part of

Silindile Sihlangu

Silindile Sihlangu completed his Diploma in Graphic Design at Ruth Prowse School Art and has an entrepreneurship certificate from UCT Graduate School of Business. He creates cohesive aesthetic projects at his own studio, Art ‘N’ design Studio 101 based in Strand.        Silindile was born in Eastern Cape, Mount Frere, South Africa. He currently resides in […]

Rachel Ferriman

Rachel Ferriman, studied Fine Art at the National School of the Arts and graduated from Wits University with a BA(Fine Arts) in 2001, majoring in Sculpture and Painting. She currently lives in Cape Town. Selected artwork Part of

Phillip Mbusi

Phillip Mbusi is a sculpture and crafter from Gugulethu. He studied art and design at the then, Sivuyile College, and Cape Technikon. Phillip uses mixed medium as an expression to create unique themes for his artworks. He collects discarded materials such as wires and cardboard to make his sculptures. Philip is currently involved in a […]

Patrick Tankama

Patrick Tankama is a visual artist, writer, and curator from the Democratic Republic of Congo. He has been living and working in Cape Town, South Africa since his debut expo in the Mother City in 2009 at Alliance Française of Cape Town. A skilled decoupage artist, Patrick uses denim, leather and PVC pipes among other […]

Nusenu Prince Mawuli

Nusenu Prince Mawuli is a Ghanaian born portrait collage artist based in Cape Town South Africa who uses African print fabric to create artwork on jute canvas, he focuses on social issues and youth empowerment, especially girl child and promoting recycling through art to save the environment, his work has been collected all over the […]

Nkosinathi Kandeni

Nkosinathi Kandeni is a South African artist. His passion for art was ignited when he read, How to Paint in Water Colour featuring Fresquet Guillermo. Nkosinathi’s work explores the concept of space and the environment taking into consideration how society interacts with different space and living objects. His recent work is an exploration into culture […]

Neemah Petersen

Naeemah Petersen started drawing and painting at an early age. Having come from a creative family, art was something that was always supported and encouraged. Having lived and worked in the UAE for nine years, she was fortunate enough to work with and live amongst people from all over the world. She is inspired by […]

Martin van Zyl

Martin van Zyl believes art is everywhere. He would like to learn more and improve his art and his passion for it. He is self-taught and loves the creative process. He paints with mixed mediums, sculpts, carves, moulds, casts and so much more. His work tells a story about his feelings and what is going […]

Lungisa Kala

Working as a fettler at Bronze-Age Foundry, Lungisa Kala learnt about creating detailed bronze sculptures. In 2014 he was part of a mentorship program by NHPC, assisting established sculptors and having the chance to create a life size sculpture. Lungisa is committed and enthusiastic to continue improving his career as a sculptor. Selected artwork Part […]