As a South African artist, I’m blessed to be able to draw inspiration from the vibrancy of SA’s landscapes and the diversity of its flora and fauna.
Recently, I’ve taken some of my favourite paintings from canvas to silk and have created my very own exclusive range of digitally printed silk scarves.
Silk Scarf Intro
The range features eight of my favourite paintings – each specially selected because their story.
The first image is of the Groot Drakenstein Mountain and its valley filled with Proteas and Fynbosch, taken from Dellaire Graff Estate.
The second is an image of a watercolour...
The Teresa Decinti Art Gallery in Stellenbosch is filled with vibrancy and inspiration – featuring watercolour and oil paintings of the beautiful landscapes of South Africa.
About the Artist - Teresa Decinti
Teresa Decinti, the gallery’s owner and artist behind each painting, studied Art at the University of Pretoria - graduating with a BA degree in Fine Art and Information Design.
From there, Teresa went on to study graphic design and graduated with an Honours Degree in Art.
Before opening her gallery in 2004, Teresa painted from home and frequently participated in Art Festivals,...
Encounters Annual Wildlife Exhibition
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Annual Wildlife ExhibitionOpening Thursday, 1st August 2013 at 5.00 p.m. at The Cape Gallery
in conjunction with First ThursdaysDuration: 1 August – 31 August 2013
Urbanisation and industry are reforming the world we live in at the cost of the ‘other’ wild ecologies – the wild Edens that flit across our TV screens, transient, persistent memories of what was. And yet these memories touch a lost...
Oil Paintings with Palette Knife by Teresa Decinti
Vergenoegd Wine Estate has been owned by the Faure family for six generations. Historic “Vergenoegd”, the Dutch word meaning “satisfaction has been achieved”, was granted land rights in 1696 and the Faures have been on the farm since the 1820’s. The Cape Dutch homestead is a historic monument and dates from 1773.