Exhibition celbrates local artists

Artists Bousie with Maria Avenant and Elri Rheeder at his favourite artwork, Distant Thunder.
Owner and founder of Innovation Hub Co-working Space, Angelique Steenkamp, with artist Ron Waldeck (who specialises in detailed realism and realistic impressionism) and his wife Lillian Waldeck, Bousie and Maria Avenant at Phillip Britz’s artwork, Distrik 6.
Guests Kelli Clifton and Cayla Raymond admiring Leonid Afremov’s Night Mystery. Leonid Afremov (1955– 2019) was one of the most distinguished contemporary artists known for his unusual painting manner and apowerful emotional impact his artworks have on a human soul.
Singer, songwriter, poet, and artist, Jak de Priester, with wife Michelle Roux, and friends Pieter and DianeRoodt, at some of his visual art series My Kleurvolle lewe.

Innovation Hub Co-working Space, in collaboration with National Art Project, recently hosted an exclusive evening of both modern and contemporary art from renowned South African Artists such as Bousie, Phillip Britz, Jak de Priester, F Marks, Solly Manthata, Louise de Klerk, Leonid Afremov Andre Stead, Bianca Botha and Ron Waldeck.

All art was for sale, and it was a great success selling to guests. The evening consisted of a wine tasting from the boutique wine estate in Stellenbosch, Mitre’s Edge Wine Estate, followed by discussions and appreciation of art, with live piano music from Temi in the background.

Guests were informed of the spaces they can rent for work at Innovation Hub Co-working Space in the Somerset Mall precinct, and acclaimed artist, Bousie, explained the art and technical skill of artists behind the masterpieces guests acknowledged.