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Returning Artists For New Season 2019 at Craft Art Market at Spier
By: Sue Heathcock   (2019-09-20)

While we’re all preparing for the re-opening of the Craft Market at Spier, it’s time to look at who will taking part in the market this season. We’re delighted to welcome back these established artists from last season who have been invited to return for the 2019-2020 season.

Visit us from Friday 27th September when we open for trading, to see what they have been working on over winter. There are sure to be lots of interesting new pieces and products. Watch this space next week for a post on the new artists joining us.

The links next to each name take you to previous interviews with them and photos of their work.

Returning Artists 2019

 

Bishop Tarambawamwe - Master Wire and Bead Craft

Bishop Tarambawamwe - Master Wire and Bead Craft - with his beaded wirework bowls, mirrors and décor pieces.

Bongani Khumalo - Master Wire and Bead Animal Craft

Bongani Khumalo with his beaded wirework trophy heads and sculptures of African animals.

Boniface Chikwenhere – bird and animal sculptures

Boniface Chikwenhere with his bird and animal sculptures carved from driftwood.

Adela – Busy Hands – crocheted soft toys and cushions

Adela, Busy Hands – with her crocheted soft toys and cushions.

Simba Tedza – Chamelion Projects – beaded wirework flowers, peacocks and heads

Simba Tedza, Chamelion Projects – beaded wirework flowers, peacocks and heads.

Chumisa Manyamalala – fine beaded bracelets and jewellery

Chumisa Manyamalala – fine beaded bracelets and jewellery.

Corinne Erasmus -The Happy Struggling Artist

Corinne Erasmus, The Happy Struggling Artist – with her prints, stationery, jewellery and paintings of indigenous flowers on board.

George Dokora with his beaded wirework trophy heads

George Dokora with his beaded wirework trophy heads and animal sculptures, fruit bowls and small animals.

Gora Dambuleni with his animal sculptures and trophy heads

Gora Dambuleni with his animal sculptures and trophy heads made from recycled tins and sheet metal patchworked into colourful one-off pieces.

Hamilton Mbenuka with his carved and painted wooden animals

Hamilton Mbenuka with his carved and painted wooden rabbits, meerkats and other animals.

Janette Anderson- Glassroom – and her painted and colourful slumped glass

Janette Anderson, Glassroom – and her painted and colourful slumped glass bowls, platters and dishes.

Jeff Mwazha with his crushed wire sculptures

Jeff Mwazha with his crushed wire animals, figures and full size sculptures.

Kudakwashe Gavi with his oil on paper images of African animals

Kudakwashe Gavi with his oil on paper images of African animals and small acrylics of African scenes.

Aleck Mhizha – Leather for Life – with his leather bags and accessories

Aleck Mhizha, Leather for Life – with his leather bags and accessories.

Lizl – Lilly Loompa – with her décor items and ‘toona’ cans made from recycled materials

Lizl, Lilly Loompa – with her décor items and ‘toona’ cans made from recycled materials.

Maria Sikinya with her beaded jewellery

Maria Sikinya with her beaded jewellery.

Mewa Ngongang with his shwe shwe fabric laptop bags, pencil cases, bags and notebooks

Mewa Ngongang with his shwe shwe fabric laptop bags, pencil cases, bags and notebooks.

Lebogang Morgan, Modice Creation – with her baby and children’s clothing, fabric necklaces and waist ties

Lebogang Morgan, Modice Creation – with her baby and children’s clothing, fabric necklaces and waist ties.

Mukanya Muringani (aka McDonald), Mukanya Creations – with his leather bags and cycling accessories

Mukanya Muringani (aka McDonald), Mukanya Creations – with his leather bags and cycling accessories.

Sibongile Phiri, Nes Jewels - jewellery made from Nespresso capsules and other jewellery

Sibongile Phiri, Nes Jewels - jewellery made from Nespresso capsules and other jewellery.

Nicky Mayoyo and her clothing made from African fabrics, and jewellery made from semi-precious stones

Nicky Mayoyo and her clothing made from African fabrics, and jewellery made from semi-precious stones.

Sam Sithole with his stone birds, recycled metal animals and beadwork

Sam Sithole with his stone birds, recycled metal animals and beadwork.

Tafara Karidza with his 3D township paintings on board and wire pictures

Tafara Karidza with his 3D township paintings on board and wire pictures.

Zach Mukwira with his semi abstract oil paintings

Zach Mukwira with his semi abstract oil paintings inspired by African stories and legends.

There are also twelve new artists joining us this season. We’ll introduce them in the next blog post and then will feature some interviews with them over the next few months.

The Craft Market at Spier opens for the 2019-2020 season on Friday 27th September 10h00 to 17h30 daily until May. Find us on the lawns below the Wine Centre at Spier Wine Farm.