Author Archives: Reviva

Opening of Exhibition at 6 Spin Street

   

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Artist’s statement

For Ulrich who would have been here like a shot and whom I am going to miss forever. Everything’s a story. My life, a myriad of stories trailing behind me: childhood, MA in Fine Art, my husband and two sons, … Continue reading

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Ship on a mantelpiece

If you look very carefully at the framed print above Peter’s ship you might spot the sea captain’s ship on his mantelpiece. Thank you Shirley for sending us this from the Edward Ardizzone exhibition in London.

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My brilliant painting career

It’s in this spirit, I paint.

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Click!

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: http://revivaschermbrucker.co.za/?page_id=22

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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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