A Secret Garden

A Solo Exhibition by Weyers Du Toit
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We at Chandler House are excited to introduce a new artist to our audience; the painter Weyers du Toit. Working in the traditional medium of oil on board, he is ‘an artist’s artist’, using pain-staking efforts to set up and create still life works in his Overberg studio. Upon closer reflection, his still life works are more than just the painted composition of quiet, inanimate objects. Rather, his works are imbued with a melancholy – or a sense of humour – always executed in masterful, painterly marks.

Artist Statement

‘This year has been more isolated for many of us due to the restrictions and cautions of the COVID-19 Pandemic, but for numerous artists it has been much of the same. I have spent months alone in a room, staring at a little still life of flowers and perhaps a shell. This exhibition is about those private moments that accumulate in a lifetime of solitary pursuit. It is a gift to me and to the viewer and, permission for them to also quietly come into a secret garden of their own.’

Skin-deep Silence
R11 600, sold

Marigolds in a Carafe
R6 400, sold

Year of the Snapdragon
R8 000

Wild Irises in a Novelty Bottle
R6 400

Daisies and Shells
R8 000, sold

Flowers and The F-word
R6 400, sold

Parfait Bouquet
R8 000, sold

Moonflower Wane
R6 400

Still Life with Stoic Spoon
R8 000

Periwinkle Nudge Nudge
R8 000

En Gard-en
R6 400, sold

Still Life with White Snapdragons
R8 000, sold

Deeper Than Blue
R10 600, sold

Entertaining Bears
R20 800, sold

Try Harder Miss Universe
R10 600

Roar and Peace
R7 200

For all sales and inquiries,

please contact Chandler House:

 

info@chandlerhouse.co.za
(021) 424 4810

 

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Monday – Friday: 10H00 – 17H00 / Saturday: 10h00 – 14h00

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Past Exhibitions at The Voorkamer Gallery

The School of Hylton Nel

A Group Exhibition n. Melvin, Basie, Jacobus, Mexicano and Reuben have become members of the unofficial ‘School of Nel” where each artist has channeled and transferred the bold beauty of Hylton’s work into their own vision and interpretation..

Ceramix

A Group Exhibition by Michael Chandler, Lucie de Moyencourt, Patricia Fraser, Pieter Heyneke, Lisa Ringwood, Oliver Scarlin and Alice Toich.