Margie Britz in a show titled Here and There will exhibit recent paintings: rooted here, made there, back here.
The exhibition at UCT Irma Stern Museum, Cecil Road, Rosebank, runs from 30 September until 21 October.
Margie Britz studied at the Rhodes Art School and later taught there for several years before moving to the UK. Her current work, while rooted in the South African landscape, is inspired by the glacial geology that formed the North Norfolk Coast where she now lives.
This exhibition has been made possible by an Artists International Development Fund Grant, jointly funded by Arts Council England and the British Council, and its aim is to help artists living in Britain develop connections in other countries.
There will be an artist’s walkabout on Sat 7th October at 11am.
WHERE: UCT Irma Stern Museum, Cecil Road, Rosebank, Cape Town 7600
WHEN: 30 September until 21 October 2017
HOURS: Tue-Friday from 10am-5pm and Sat from 10am-2pm.
INFO: Ph: 021 685 5686 Website
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PHOTO: Margie Britz-Milky Way, acrylic on canvas,183x 183 cm (detail)