Next to the official launch or the ‘Map of Africa’ I will present numerous other new pieces (next to existing models) in both lines (down to earth & retro) during the Greyton Art Walk this weekend.
The art walk starts Friday at 1 pm (to 6pm) and continues Saturday (10am-5pm) and Sunday (10am-1pm). And as there are many Greytons around the globe I’m talking here about Greyton in the Overberg region in the Western Cape, South Africa.
Here a selection of what’s on show:
Materials: South African Sterling Silver, soil and crushed rock particles (naturally bonded). Displayed on hand grained glasses and bottles. Online available at Faithful to Nature or (on appointment) at Private Gallery in Napier, Western Cape, South Africa. See also this page for more addresses.
Polishing is labour intensive work; especially of the raw materials like old red copper I acquire on scrapyards. This new ‘staff member’ is a real time saver.
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See for yourself 😀
For ‘Harbour Gold’ in Harbour Street in Hermanus, South Africa (official dealer of ‘Yvonne de Wit Jewellery’ in the Overberg region) we designed a poster that goes along with the display of her jewellery. Of course other dealers may apply for one as well. Towards the end of this week the display will be ready.
Sneaky preview of the first models. Every model is a unique handcrafted piece. Made from materials (sterling silver, soil, gems) sourced in the South African Earth.