The Donald Greig Gallery

 1 Coode Crescent, Port Of Cape Town

The gallery is proud that it will be in close proximity to the V&A Waterfront’s new cultural institution – the highly anticipated Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa; honoured to soon be in the vicinity of both the Historical Grain Silos and in the Ocean Liner Terminal.

The premises include:

–          The Harbour Gallery: Displaying a wide collection of artwork, focusing on sculpture.

–          3D Echo Tech: A company that uses cutting edge technology to accurately scan and scale sculptures; concentrating on large monumental pieces for the African continent. Their biggest sculpture to date is the 9 metre Mandela sculpture overlooking the Union Building Terraces.

–          The Bronze Age Foundry: Sculpture Casting Services, owned by the Knight Brothers, will be joining forces with Otto du Plessis’ Bronze Age Foundry, thus making their combined industry the largest bronze-pouring foundry group in Africa – spanning an enormous 1,600 metres squared. Besides casting in bronze, the foundry group will be casting in stainless steel and possibly in various other ferrous metals.

–          The Donald Greig Gallery: In a converted ‘Old Port Building’, a state-of-the-art, contemporary New York-style warehouse has been built set up to showcase Donald Greig’s work.

His sculptures range from small to life-size bronzes. To celebrate the opening of the new premises, Donald Greig will be launching some of his latest pieces.

Visit the Donald Greig website

Image: Purple Herons