Hall of fame | Frederik Eksteen

Frederik Eksteen completed his Master’s degree at the University of Pretoria in 2000. In addition to exhibiting both locally and internationally, he has won several awards including the Judges’

Hall of fame | Mandy Coppes-Martin

The winning works in 2012 showed a significant interest in environmental issues with both the winning work by Ingrid Bolton and the works by the runner-up, Mandy Coppes-Martin dealing with

Hall of fame | Jennifer Kopping

In 1991, the Overall Winner of the Sasol New Signatures competition, Jennifer Kopping entered a work which explored the use of embroidery in relation to the traditional art mediums. The work is a

Hall of fame | Poorvi Bhana

Poorvi Bhana was named a Sasol New Signatures merit award winner in 2009 with her sculptural work titled “Om asato ma sadgamaya, tamaso ma jyotirgamaya, mrityorma amritamgamaya om shantih shantih

Hall of fame | Hanneke Benadé

Hanneke Benadé has come a long way since she matriculated from the Pro Arte High School in Pretoria in 1989. Since then she has completed her BA (Fine Art) at the University of Pretoria (majoring

Hall of fame | Amita Makan

"I am an artist. I paint and embroider to express myself," says Amita Makan, who was a runner up in the Sasol New Signatures competition in 2009. 

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