10 – 19 June 2022



The tenth anniversary offers the opportunity of looking back with thanks and gratitude, while at the same time, looking forward with confidence.

Ceramic. Helen Doherty

In 2014 seven artists were invited to install eight sculptures at Gearing’s Point. These eight installations launched Sculpture on the Cliffs. This outdoor, site-specific art exhibition is unique and is free-to-the-public. The sculptures placed along the cliff tops, against the spectacular backdrop of Walker Bay celebrate diversity and inclusivity. The exhibition remains in place

In celebration of FynArt10 a bumper exhibition will be installed by sixteen artists, all of whom have previously taken part in this exhibition against this spectacular setting. The participating artists are Dylan Lewis (2014), Jaco Sieberhagen (2015), Gavin Younge (2016), Wilma Cruise(2016), Brahm van Zyl (2017), Mark Chapman (2018),  Haidee Nel (2018), Angus Taylor (2018), Frank van Reenen (2018), Sifisiso Mkhabela (2019), Right Mukore (2018), Ian Redelinghuys (2019), Izanne Wiid (2019), David Griessel (2020/2021), and Nanette Ranger (2020/2021). The exhibition will be opened on Saturday 11 June at 12:30. Venue: Gearing’s Point.

This year, Art in the Auditorium will again be the venue for the exhibition of small sculptures.  Following on the theme of ‘looking back’, the exhibition will be a representation of artists who will exhibit on the cliffs as well as others who have taken part in Sculpture on the Cliffs over the years. In addition to the above-mentioned artists, the Art in the Auditorium exhibition will also include Strijdom van der Merwe (2014), Gordon Froud (2015), Alex Hamilton (2015), Anni Snyman (2015), Sophia van Wyk (2019), Kevin Brand (2020/2021), and Karin Lijnes (2020/2021).

There is no ordinary

The title of this year’s ceramic exhibition, once again curated by Liz Coates, refers to the variety of modelling, sculpting, carving, and glazing by thirty-eight studio artists that exemplify a range of innovative expression of this earliest art form.

The participating artists are Melissa Barker, Andree Bonthuys, Anton Bosch, Hanlie Bosch, Catherine Brennon, Sandile Cele, Jenny Chadwick, Mark Chapman, Gretchen Crots, Ella Cronje, Wilma Cruise, Jen de Charmoy, Helen Doherty, Carin Dorrington, Antoinette du Plessis, Andile Dyalvane, Susan Grundlingh, Farah Hernandez, Annelie Janse van Rensburg, Sonia Kastner, Lella Kondylis, Michelle Legg, Magry Malan, Ann Marais, Chuma Maweni, Billie McNaughton, Henie Meyer, Zizi Poswa, Rika Senekal, Nada Spencer, Lois Strong Monica van den Berg, Maureen Visagie, Wiebke von Bismark, Christil von Vollenhoven, Tiffany Wallace, Zelda Weber and Bianca Whitehead.

The exhibition will be opened by Melissa Barker on Saturday 01 June at 11:00. Venue: Windsor Hotel. Opening hours: Daily from 09:00 – 17:00.

Also on Saturday at the same venue,  at 14:00, Andile Dyalvane will be in conversation with Shado Twala and Vuysile Mshudulu, Director: Directorate Arts, Culture and Heritage.

Nada Spencer will present two ceramic workshops for young children on Saturday 11th June – the first in the morning and the second in the afternoon. On the following day she will offer a workshop especially for primary school art teachers, sharing ideas for fun projects suitable for different age-groups.

View the full festival programme of exhibitions, music, theatre, dance, talks, workshops, demonstrations, tastings, and children’s events at hermanusfynarts.co.za   

Ceramic. Ella Cronje


Ceramic. Ella Cronje

Ceramic. Hennie Meyer

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