Joshua Miles – Spektrum  at The South African Print Gallery

By MapMyWay
19 December 2018

Joshua Miles, South African Print Gallery
Joshua Miles - Spektrum

Joshua Miles, exhibition, Spektrum,  is currently on view at The South African Print Gallery.

The SA Print Gallery is proud to present a brand new show of colourful lino and mono prints by Joshua Miles entitled Spektrum – the study of light. Joshua, who finds his inspiration from wide sources of beauty from the warm light of the dusty Karoo, the lush green fields of the Overberg to the majestic Mother City. Joshua over the years has become a household name in producing exceptional quality and diversity of handmade prints that have been highly collectible

Joshua Miles was born in Ceres in the Western Cape in 1967. After early schooling in Swellendam, he completed high school in the northern suburbs of Cape Town. He then went on to study at the Michaelis School of Fine Art at UCT where he received the Michaelis Prize in his 4th year for best student

His influences in woodcuts started at a young age seeing his aunt Elsa Miles, artist and art historian, doing woodcuts and later studying under Cecil Scotness at UCT. He has also been intrigued by the impressionists style of loose mark making and by the Japanese tradition in woodcuts.

100 Years of Investment SA Fine Art Prints

The SA Print Gallery opened in 2009 in the heart of the Contemporary Arts district and is the flagship of the SAPG Galleries with the largest floorspace focused on exhibiting works from the past 100 years of SA Printmaking.

The South African Print Gallery sources work from all leading South African Print Masters – artists such as William Kentridge, Deborah Bell, Cecil Skotnes, Peter Clarke and Robert Hodgins.

WHERE:  The South African Print Gallery, 107 and 109 Sir Lowry Road, Woodstock, Cape Town, South Africa
INFO: T 021 4626851  E kevin@printgallery.co.za  Visit

WHEN: Monday to Friday 9am – 4:30pm  Saturdays 9am – 1pm.  Exhibition ends 25 December 2018

PHOTO: Allan’s Forest  R14,400.00
Publisher: Self Published 2018
Medium: Reduction Linocut
Edition: 10

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