Contemporary South African artist Andrew Cooper was born in Cape Town, South Africa in November, 1967. A gifted, self taught fine artist, who started painting professionally in 1987

Andrew Sutherland's work is at once both playful and charming. It reveals his ability to see the world in all its light and laughter, a window into a world of wonder and surprise.

Anthony has carried a passion for Art from his early school days in the Eastern Cape. Initially his focus was more on watercolours, with nudes, wildlife and landscapes as his primary subjects. Anthony has an exceptionally rich spectrum of professional and personal experience, abilities and talents to draw from.
It is fascinating that an artist, who was living in a shelter in Johannesburg as little as 10 years ago, has become such an international success. Wakaba has been dubbed “The African Van Gogh” by the media and has developed a strong and loyal following of collectors both locally and abroad.
Bastiaan was born in Cape Town on 24 June 1981. He is a self-taught artist and is a descendent of the South African artist Sir Thomas Baines. Bastiaan has been painting since 1989 and started painting commercially in 2002.
David’s work, incorporating clean cut lines and vibrant colours, is well know throughout the greater Capetown area.
David Riding was born in Zimbabwe. He studied in Durban where he obtained a Diploma in Graphic Design and Illustration. He has had solo exhibitions in and around Cape Town and has participated in various shows both locally and internationally.
Derric van Rensburg, internationally known for his impressionist paintings, is widely rated as one of South Africa's top artists. He is well known for his colourful landscapes, the vineyards of the Western Cape, abstract wildlife, and the use of bright acrylic colours in these paintings.

Donna studied at the Johannesburg School of Art, Music and Ballet and moved on to a Fine art’s Technicon.  She then spent a few years in the commercial art world where she gained a wide range of experience from designing and silk-screening shirts and banners, to logo and package design, finished art and illustration. After a follow on spell in advertising and running her own company, she left the business world to start a new career in the fine art world of landscape painting.

Born in 1975, Hugo Maritz has resided in South Africa since infancy, semi-regularly migrating from Cape Town to Johannesburg. While initially considering a career in psychology - pursuing and receiving a degree from the University of Johannesburg - he has been a full-time artist since the age of 23.

Jenny Merritt was born in Stellenbosch and obtained a Fine Art Degree at the University of Cape Town. She studied under May Hillhouse Maurice Von Esch, with life drawing under Melvyn Simmers, graphic art under Eleanor Esmond-White and sculpture under Ivan Mitford-Barberton.  After her studies, Jenny was guided and encouraged by her mentor, Robert Broadley, the well-known portrait artist who was instrumental in furthering her early career.

Jenny was born in1967 and schooled in Durban, she graduated from the Durban University of Technology (formerly the Natal Technikon) with a Higher National Diploma in Fine Arts in 1988. After graduating, Jenny participated in numerous exhibitions including a solo exhibition at the Grassroots Gallery. She worked as a lecturer for the Natal Technikon Short Courses Unit and for the Natal Society of Arts.

Born in the Kalahari District of Southern Africa in 1963. The influence in my art is mostly based on the smooth painting techniques that was used and developed by the Dutch masters. The artist who inspired me was mostly from the Surrealist as well as Metaphysical realism movement. Artist like Hieronymus Bosch, Peter Bruegell, Jean Arp, Max Ernst, Rene Magritte, Salvador Dali and Keith Alexander.
Karen completed a three year graphic design course at the Johannesburg College of Art and had a career in design and advertising, for fourteen years. She has been painting full time for the past four years, working primarily in oils on canvas.

Kelly John Gough showed a keen aptitude for art from the age of four and was trained by his father, himself a fine artist. His fascination with the human form has endured. Kelly studied art throughout school and decided to become a professional artist but was discouraged by well-meaning people. Thus he studied graphic design and spent a frustrating eight years in Advertising.