Carmen greets our visitors from far and wide with a warm welcome and friendly service. She is very knowledgeable about the art, prints and delivery options.
Peter Pharoah is one of South Africa's most beloved contemporary fine artists - experience his originals & prints featuring contemporary African portraits, wildlife and abstracts in his unique style.
Peter's wife, Tracey has been managing the business side of things so that Peter can be sure to stay focused on what he does best.
Pia’s zest for life and wine, together with her infectious energy lead her and her husband Paul to build Kunjani Wines into a leading wine estate in South Africa.
Sekai was featured on the cover of Slow Magazine and was also used as a backdrop mural at Nandos in Durban.
Stretching or framing your artwork can be done in many different ways and presents an opportunity to incorporate the style of the room where the prints will be displayed.
We like to keep it simple so all our originals and prints are simply stretched canvas using a standard size stretcher with the edges painted black. Many of our clients prefer to stretch them as we do in the gallery and this is very easy for your framers to do. Read more by clicking Details below.
At the gallery, we prefer the thicker (more substantial) stretcher frame - It usually comes standard in 4.2 or 2cm depth.
We use the 4.2cm and our prints are supplied with sufficient extra canvas around the edges to allow for wrapping around and securing at the back.
Our framers use Dulux Satin Sheen enamel (black) to paint the edges once the artwork has been stretched.
PETER'S STYLE & TECHNIQUE
A painter's technique – the actual way in which he applies paint – can be as personal and distinctive as handwriting.
This personal 'handwriting'; is a very distinctive part of Peter Pharoah's style. His paintings are built up with a system of glazes.
Displaying your art is a great way to show your design flair. Whether it’s a memory or a feeling, a piece of art can evoke powerful emotions when we look at it.
Art can cheer us up after a bad day, make us remember, or inspire us to do more in life.
It can provide comfort that we are not the only ones feeling a certain way.
Whether it’s a memory or a feeling, a piece of art can evoke powerful emotions when we look at it.