Author Archives: Reviva


How wonderful when you recognise the selfsame image you came across on a vague, unstructured walk in the Drakensberg in a display at the lovely, charming Himeville Museum, 17 km away. Click!     A detail on a huge boulder that … Continue reading

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Mantelboard Dashpiece

      From ‘ Outing in the Cuore’       From ‘Outing in the half-loaf’ See all 28 plus works that comprise the exhibition DOMESTIC ASSOCIATIONS / DOMESTIC EXCURSIONS on this website under the heading ‘Paintings’.

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Exhibition of my works

To see the works that will be exhibited and to purchase them before they go up, please click this link:

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Mission accomplished

My parents, George and Yehudith Jameson at the launch of a solo exhibition of my mother’s paintings at Upstairs@Bamboo in Melville, Johannesburg on 15th October, 2016

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Battle Cave characters

The Battle Cave is well known for it’s Bushman/San paintings. But I did not expect to find these three in amongst the plethora of more familiar images. The positioning of the figures, the subtle differences between them, their delightful stance. … Continue reading

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The Drakensberg revealed itself to us…

A walk I will never forget in Cobham, South Drakensberg

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Late exhibition but not that late

At age 90, Yehudith will get a chance to show off her considerable talents as a painter, dreamer, colourist and imaginer

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Shake hands with Buddha

A friend came visiting with this gift. It’s a citron called Buddha’s hand. Smells citrus-stunning, looks vegetable-cunning. Makes me stupidly happy. I am finding that I have a zest for all things zesty. It takes very small things…

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Wedding Dress

Sons are not, in the main, great shopping companions. Mine are complaining in and out types, fixing on an item as quickly as possible, ducking from considering alternatives I might point out to them, making for the tills in tortured … Continue reading

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family memories in watercolour

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