Gallery #582B   

     October 31, 2017

Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist

              Roelof Rossouw (Born 1957)

Roelof Rossouw - Chapel on a Hill, Hemel en Aarde

Roelof Rossouw - Chapel on a Hill, Hemel en Aarde

Roelof Rossouw - The Entrance, Devon Valley

Roelof Rossouw - The Entrance, Devon Valley

Roelof Rossouw - The Lemon Tree, Suurbraak Village

Roelof Rossouw - The Lemon Tree, Suurbraak Village

Roelof Rossouw - Betty's Bay

Roelof Rossouw - Betty's Bay

Roelof Rossouw - Spirit of Victoria Returning

Roelof Rossouw - Spirit of Victoria Returning

Roelof Rossouw - Morgenhof in April

Roelof Rossouw - Morgenhof in April

Roelof Rossouw - Robinson's Graving Dock, Waterfront

Roelof Rossouw - Robinson's Graving Dock, Waterfront

Roelof Rossouw - The Library at Vergelegen Wine Estate

Roelof Rossouw - The Library at Vergelegen Wine Estate

Roelof Rossouw - The Old Rail Track, Caledon

Roelof Rossouw - The Old Rail Track, Caledon

Roelof Rossouw - The Red Mountain

Roelof Rossouw - The Red Mountain

Roelof Rossouw - Table Mountain from Clarens Drive

Roelof Rossouw - Franschhoek Grandeur (oil study)

Roelof Rossouw - Franschhoek Grandeur (oil study)

- Image of the Day -

 

"Chapel on a Hill, Hemel en Aarde"

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Feature Artist Bio

By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by South African

landscape painter Roelof Rossouw (born 1957, in Johannesburg, South Africa).

An Impressionist oil painter of romantic destinations around the world, Roelof has traveled widely, visiting France, Brussels, Spain, Istanbul, Ukraine, Greece, Italy, Austria, Holland, Egypt, Dubai, Israel, England, Scotland, Ireland, USA, Singapore, Australia, Canada, Zanzibar, and The Caribbean.

He grew up in Benoni, near Johannesburg, where h
e started drawing aircraft at the age of four and painted his first oil at the age of fourteen.
 

He started painting in oil at the age of 14. Roelof studied Graphic Design in Johannesburg, earning a National Diploma

From 1982-1990 he worked as a graphic artist and medical illustrator. He started painting on a daily basis in 1992. In 
1994 his work was accepted by a popular gallery in Johannesburg and has shown his paintings in solo exhibitions every year since, selling to top-brass clients. Since 1995 Roelof has worked from home full-time and independently.

 

Roelof works mainly in oils, but also in collage, acrylic, pastel and mixed medium. He loves painting landscapes, vineyards, harbours, street scenes, parks, gardens, private homes and farms, interiors, figures, portraits and children.


                                                  Exhibitions

- 1988-2017 40 solo exhibitions to date, locally and internationally. 
- 1999 Three-man at the Gate House Gallery, Glasgow
- 1991-2007 Group exhibitions in South Africa, London, Cheltenham, Glasgow, Jersey, Galway, Amargh, San Francisco, Miami and New York.


                                                   Collections

 

The Woodburn Mann Art Collection

 Rupert International;

The Pretoria Art Museum

 The Sage Group;

Clint Eastwood and many private collections in South Africa and internationally.

Awards

First Prize - Front Cover Competition of Eric Bolsmans' book on Pretoria Illustrated.

First, Second and Third place
in the 2014 American Art Awards in the category Human Impressionism.

 

                                                     

                                                                ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO                                                                                                       (see above)                                

 

 

Roelof Rossouw's

 OFFICIAL WEBSITE 

                                               http://www.art.co.za/roelofrossouw/                                          

 

                     ARTIST'S STATEMENT


"Painting for me is all about capturing the effect of sunlight and the juxtaposition of colour and tone. I simply want to delight the visual senses and therefore subject matter is merely a tool I use.”