Selected Recent Exhibitions

  • 2004 Three person exhibition (with Johan Moolman and Ivan du Toit). Gordart. Johannesburg.
  • 2004 Two person exhibition (with Judith Mason). South African Arts Association. Pretoria.
  • 2003 Earthworks/Claybodies. (with Deborah Bell, Wilma Cruise, Josephine Ghesa). Pretoria Art Museum, 16 March – 26 May and Standard Bank Corporate Gallery 8 July – 30 August 2003.
  • 2001 Observations. A group exhibition with Wilma Cruise and Diane Victor. The Open Window Contemporary Art Gallery, Pretoria.
  • 2000 Strata. An exhibition with Egon Tania. Bamboo, Johannesburg.
  • 1999 Objects of Desire. The Open Window Contemporary Art Gallery, Pretoria.
    Conversation. The Open Window Contemporary Art Gallery, Pretoria.
  • 1988 Klein Karoo National Art Festival. Oudtshoorn.
  • 1988 Prestige Exhibition: The Association of the Friends of the Pretoria Art Museum. Pretoria Art Museum.
  • 1996 Opening Exhibition. Open Window Art Academy, Pretoria.
  • 1995 Images of Metal. South African Touring Exhibition.
    Space/(Dis)place. Africus Biennial, Electric Workshop, Johannesburg.
  • 1994 Contemporary Art from South Africa. Deutsche Aerospace, Munich, Germany.
    Art Alive 94. Ruddell Theatre, Pretoria.
    Moving Experiences. Everard Read Contemporary, Johannesburg. Toured Holland and Germany.
  • 1994 Kempton Park/Tembisa Annual Art Competition (Third Prize).
  • 1993 FNB Vita Art Now. Johannesburg (Overall Winner).
  • 1993 Natural History Museum. Taipei, Republic of China.
    Solo Exhibition. Everard Read Contemporary, Johannesburg.
  • 1990 Volkskas Atelier Competition. (Merit Award).
  • 1989 Sol Plaatjie Sculpture Award Exhibition. Mafikeng.
  • 1989 Images of Wood. Johannesburg Art Gallery.

    Public and Corporate Collections

  • Bloemfontein Museum.
  • Durban Art Gallery.
  • Namibia Art Museum.
  • National Gallery, Cape Town.
  • Pelmama Permanent Art Collection.
  • Pietersburg Art Gallery.
  • Port Elizabeth Art Gallery.
  • Pretoria Art Museum.
  • Durban Technicon.
  • Pretoria Technicon.
  • Pretoria Boys High School.
  • St. Mary’s Girls School, Johannesburg.
  • UNISA.
  • University of the Free State.
  • University of the Witwatersrand.
  • University of Natal.
  • University of Pretoria.
  • ABSA.
  • Alexander Forbes.
  • Council for Scientific and Industrial Research.
  • Foundation for the Creative Arts.
  • Gauteng Provincial Administrator.
  • Gencor/Billiton.
  • Human Sciences Research Council.
  • Mercedes Benz.
  • Nampower.
  • SABC.
  • SANDF.
  • Sasol Art Collection.
  • Velocity Films.
  • Virgin Airlines.
  • Wits Business School.
  • Wooltru.
  • Gauteng Provincial Administration.
  • Women’s Monument, Union Building.


  • 1994 Kempton Park/Tembisa Annual Art Competition, Third Prize.
  • 1993 FNB Vita Art Now, Overall Winner.
  • 1990 Volkskas Atelier, Merit Award.
  • 1989 Sol Plaatjie Sculpture Award, Sculpture Award.
  • 1988 Volkskas Atelier, Merit Award.
    International Exhibition of Miniature Art, del Bello Gallery, Toronto, Canada, Honorary Mention.
  • 1987 Style Lighting Design Award, Lighting Award.
    Hans Merensky Foundation Wood Sculpture Competition, Merit Award.
    Corona del Mar Young Artist Award, Sculpture Award.
  • 1986 Vita Art Now..
  • 1985 Hans Merensky Foundation Wood Sculpture Competition, Joint winner with Koos den Houten.
    Johannesburg Art Museum Centenary Sculpture Competition, Finalist.
  • 1983 Emil Schweikerdt Bursary for a study tour of Europe.
  • 1982 New Signatures, Sculpture Prize.
    Honorary Mention National Fine Arts Students Exhibition, University of the Witwatersrand.


  • Rankin, E. 1989. Images of Wood. Johannesburg: Wits University Press.
  • Rankin, E. 1994. Images of Metal, Johannesburg: Wits University Press.
  • Werth, A. 1993. Pretoria Painters and Sculptors 1963 – 1993. Pretoria: Pretoria Art Museum.
  • Herwitz, D. 1993. Modern Painters “Different and Alike”, Journal of the Fine Arts, Autumn.