The Last of the Stone Pines I


Acrylic on canvas

Image size: 60 x 60cm

Framed size: 65.5 x 65.5 x 4cm

Artist's statement:

"I do not work from a specific area and my work purely evolves from experience and looking and feeling. Especially relating to the 'The Last Of The Stone Pines' as I am so aware of how we are losing these beautiful trees."


Born Williston CP, studied music at the Conservatorium Stellenbosch. After obtaining a Teacher's Diploma, she taught in the Republic but mainly in Rhodesia. On returning to Cape Town in 1963, she stopped teaching to devote more time to painting.

1966 - 1968   Studied graphic techniques with Kevin Atkinson. Lives and works in Wynberg where she has a studio at home.

Solo Exhibitions

1966   Strand Street Gallery, Cape Town
1968   Artist's Gallery, Cape Town
1970   Gallery International, Cape Town
1970 & 72   Goodman Gallery, Johannesburg
1972   S.A. Association of Arts, Cape Town
1975   Bellville Gallery, Cape Town
1977   Gallery International, Cape Town
1981   Gallery International, Cape Town
1985   Gowlett Gallery
1985   Gallery International, Cape Town
1985   Stellenbosch Art Museum
1986   Carriage House, Johannesburg
1991   Jacob & Liknaitzky Gallery
1993   University of Stellenbosch Art Museum
1995   Irma Stern Museum
1997   Irma Stern Museum

Works in Public Collections

S.A. National Gallery
Pretoria Art Museum
Volkskas, Pretoria
Shell, Cape Town
University of Stellenbosch
Rand Merchant Bank
Anglo-American, Johannesburg
Safmarine, London
Sasol Collection
Human Science Research Council, Pretoria
Telkom, Johannesburg
Coronation Holdings, Norwich Oval, Cape Town
Metropolitan Life Bellville
Absa Bank, Johannesburg
Boland Bank, Paarl

Invitations to Exhibit Overseas

1971   SA Graphics, Holland, Belgium and West Germany
1977   Canberra week, Australia
1977   Tel Aviv Arts Festival, Israel

Group Exhibitions

1960-61   Salisbury Art Gallery
1963-65   Cape Salon
1969   Quinquennial S A Art
1970   S.A. Association, Cape Town Inaugural
1971,73,75   S.A. Art Today, Durban (included in Clement Greenberg Choice 1973)
1971   Cape Testival
1972   Cape Artists Durban
1975   S.A. Association Northern Transvaal
1978   New Cape Art Gallery 21, Johannesburg
1978   S.A. Biennial, S.A. National Gallery
1979   Cape Women, Goodman Wolman Gallery
1979   Bloemfontein Jewish Museum
1980   Gallery International Festival Group
1981   Republic Festival
1985   29 Women Exhibition, Michaelis School of Art
1990   S.A. Association, Pretoria
1990   S.A. Association, Cape Town

Widely traveled in Africa and, overseas. Of special interest was a stay at the Mishkenot Jerusalem 1984.

Article in Lantern and Our Art 3.

Stay at Citè Internationale des Arts, Paris, 1990
Stay at Citè Internationale des Arts, Paris, 1991

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