The second edition of KZN’s premier art exhibition, the Harcourts Hilton Art in the Country exhibition, will showcase the work of more than 60 top artists at the picturesque venue of Harrington House from 25 to 28 May.
Among a handful of artists debuting at Art in the Country is Sinalo Ntuli, renowned for his bead-emblazoned work on kaleidoscopic backgrounds of acrylic paint and other media. Ntuli’s striking art has earned him the title of The Bead Master, a moniker that is abundantly expressed in his latest work, The Yellow Series that represents a message of hope to all South Africans.
The striking work of The Bead Master, Sinalo Ntuli, will be on exhibition at Art in the Country from May 25-28.
Other first time Art in the Country artists include the mother-and-son team of Leon and Ingrid Fouché whose wildlife paintings grace collections worldwide and Mozambican Ezequiel Mabote with his striking woodcut prints and oil pastels who will join last year’s top seller Simon Addy and Clarens Gallery co-owner, and a cohort of top exponents in Pro Mkhize, David Johnson, Simon Phiri and Jane Digby Blacklaw.
Celebrity chef Jackie Cameron will add further lustre with a bistro menu, including a picnic menu to enjoy in the expansive gardens at Harrington House, weather permitting. A cash bar will provide liquid refreshments, live music is provided by René Tshiakanyi and Dez and ample safe parking is available.
Opening hours are 10 am to 8 pm (Thursday to Saturday) and from 9 am to 2 pm on Sunday. Entry is R25 per person which includes an artists’ brochure, R15 for pensioners and children are allowed in free.
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