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Johan Brink, owner of Art-for-All Gallery and Studio in Storms River Village, works primarily in watercolours. He feels that no other medium can replicate the brightness and luminosity which one can achieve with watercolour. “The depth and soul captured by a vibrant, bright watercolour is something extremely special,” he says. “This, linked with the high level of skill required to render a good watercolour makes the medium totally unique." His watercolours reveal the richness of tone and light of the South African landscape. His work has been incorporated into collections around the world and continues to grow in popularity.



Elzette grew up on a farm near Montagu, where she first learned about art at school. After school she did a short course in watercolours with her great aunt, the late artist Sannie Oosthuisen. She studied Conservation in Cape Town and continued art as a recreational activity. She has been working as a conservationist for SANParks in the Tsitsikamma for the past 18 years, continuing her studies in watercolours under tutorship of local artist and Art for All Gallery owner Johan Brink. Her love for nature and her interest in the esoteric both find expression in her art. She experiments with styles and enjoys painting both realistic and abstract work.


Susan is a versatile, full-time artist who works in acrylics, oils, ink, pencil, charcoal, and mixed media (abstract and realistic). She sculpts in natural earthen clay, paper machè, wood, soapstone, and mixed media. She is also an art teacher, portraitist, book illustrator and cartoonist. Portraits of people (young and old) and animals (wildlife, too) are done in acrylics, pastels, pencil or charcoal.

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Ita paints landscapes, portraits and still lifes and loves portraying Realism as well as Impressionism and Recognizable Abstracts as genres.


She lives in Durbanville with her husband Hein. She started painting after finishing her BA (HED) degree at the University of Pretoria.


She has exhibited in Pretoria, Riebeek Kasteel, Bloubergstrand, Gordon's Bay, and Franschhoek. She paints mainly commissions, and her work has been collected globally and locally in South Africa.


She started painting in watercolour in 2020 and is almost entirely self-taught, with a bit of help over the Internet from a few watercolourists, including Johan Brink, owner of Art-for-All Gallery.

Nathalie Strassburg

With more than 18 years of design industry experience, Nathalie Strassburg has been part of the planning, design and implementation of a large number of projects with clients from all over the world. Her specialisation is branding and her design company, By Delight, was launched in 2005. Education: Resonance Academy Delegate, Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP, the study of subjective human experience); Bachelor of Arts, with a major in Advertising (Hawaii Pacific University); and she has various diplomas & certificates in Graphic Design. At Pro Arte Alphen Park High School, SA, she specialised in Art: Drawing, design, graphics & printmaking, art documentation and research.



Deon studied Fine Art at the PE Technikon from 1988-1990, majoring in Art of Drawing and Printmaking.


After his studies, he participated in art exhibitions at Chat Noir in Walmer, Port Elizabeth. When he moved back to his hometown, Cradock, he sold his art through Nature of Things in Melville (Johannesburg), and other venues, as well as art festivals.


He now lives in Jeffreys Bay. He loves figurative art, through which he expresses his penchant for creating drama with the use of light and dark. He works in oils and loves charcoal and pastels.

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Marlene Liebenberg is a full-time sculptor, formerly from the Tsitsikamma, now living at Paradise Beach.


She is known as a sculptor, but her considerable talents also include two-dimensional art, namely collage and oil painting. For sculpting, she uses various mediums, ranging from organic resin composites through to natural earthen clay and papier-mâché.

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