Join Ardmore Ceramic Art at their 30th anniversary exhibition, Animal Botanical, hosted at the iconic Cellars-Hohenort hotel.
The three day exhibition will showcase the now iconic South African art studio’s internationally acclaimed modern-day collectables, within the tranquil beauty of the Constantia Valley.
“We are greatly looking forward to being back at the Cellars-Hohenort with our Animal Botanical exhibition and activities, and to celebrate our 30th year anniversary with this great show,” says Ardmore founder, Fée Halsted.
“The gorgeous setting of the hotel provides the perfect backdrop for visitors to the exhibition and its location on the slopes of Table Mountain echoes the key elements of our new exhibition, Animal Botanical.”
Ardmore Ceramic Art has always been inspired by the abundant flora and fauna of the African continent and this exhibition, Animal Botanical, offers an intense and closer reading of this inspiration.“With this collection we are celebrating the flowers, seed pods and thorns of Africa’s wild garden. This year insects and smaller creatures will also be celebrated in the same way that we have done with the Big Five in the past.” explains Halsted.
Watch as four Ardmore artists, Alex Sibanda, Mandla Ngwenya, Sthabiso Hadebe and Christopher Ntshalintshali, take up residence at Cellar-Hohenort over the course of the 3 day exhibition, and see the studio’s working process as well as interact with some of Ardmore’s finest sculptors and painters.
The exhibition opens to the public between 09h00 and 17h00 on Friday February 20th until Sunday February 22nd.
Images supplied by Ardmore Ceramics