A personal experience of living in the Overberg, Western Cape, South Africa. Copyright images: Herman van Bon Photography
Author: Herman van Bon Photography
" I like to explore the possibilities and limits of digital art, I just let it flow to see where it can go, sometimes the end result appears quickly, sometimes the creative process takes months and other times the creation dies in its own beauty".
The spin-off of the art event ‘Creative Napier’ last month keeps Studio98 resident, jewellery designer Yvonne de Wit, busy, at least to the end of this month.
Numerous bracelets, and necklaces, etc. All for customers from Napier and surrounds plus an order from France.] Photo: Rings of South African Sterling Silver and brass with natural bonded pigmented earth minerals which she adds layer after layer; a process that, including drying, takes about 14 days.
Come and have a look at her collection at Studio98 (98 Sarel Cilliers Street) in Napier. Until end of next week daily open.
‘African Feet’ was for the first time presented at the UNESCO exhibition ‘The Invisible Visible’ in 2017/18 in Oslo Norway. Studio98 resident Herman van Bon was, together with 127 other photographers from around the globe, selected to participate in this exhibition. Except for ‘African Feet’ two of his other works were shown; ‘Shopping in Hopland’ […]