Nic Grobler’s art can be viewed at his gallery in Ramsgate, Nikia Art, which stocks some fabulous original sculptures that portray messages of hope. Nic Grobler is a talented South Coast sculptor who is famous for his meaningful “art with a message.” Nic intertwines his passion for theology with his art to create pieces that portray positive messages and tell stories, many of them Biblical. Combining his love of fine art with his interest in theology at university level, led Dr Grobler to receive a BA in fine arts, a B.Th degree, an M.Div and Doctorate of Theology. This wealth of knowledge and passion is evident in all his unique pieces. Nic creates pieces that seek to evoke emotions in the viewer and so, naturally, he has a keen interest in Impressionist work. His work is remarkable in capturing, not only the actions of his subjects, but the emotions they feel. Nature... read more
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Artists’ Gallery KZN is home to a collection of quirky and contemporary art, including paintings, sculpture, ceramics, art photography, and jewellery. Situated in the heart of the picturesque seaside village of Ramsgate, the Artists’ Gallery represents some of the greatest names in South African artists, including Jocelyn Boyley, Rob Wareing, Anton Benzon, Diane Erasmus, Marke Meyer, Michael Canadas, Gela Tolken and Coral Spencer. The Robert Badenhorst Collection is also featured in the Gallery. The unique attraction of the Artists’ Gallery is that it is not just a place where art is exhibited. Instead, artist work together, sharing this space to create and interact with their clients who loiter on the veranda. Newspapers and quirky chairs welcome passers-by to stop for a cup of coffee, a delightful bite or some chatter. Inside the Artists’ Gallery you will experience a sense of calm as you experience the talent of each individual artist.... read more
Opened in 1967, the Gaze Gallery was one of the first art galleries to open its doors on the KZN South Coast. The gallery was opened directly adjacent to the Waffle House in a building meant to add more seating space to the cafe. Some of the first renowned artists to exhibit their art were Errol Boyley, Tita Faschiotti, Tony Strickland and Lucy and Brian Wiles. The gallery stocks beautiful paintings, sculptures, ceramics, glassware and other crafts. The Curio and basket shop was started at the same time to give local grafters and weavers an outlet for their unique... read more