Category Archives: Surnames I to P

Inanda Page

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INANDA PAGE (1971) – Inanda was born in Boksburg in 1971. In 1981 she moved to Pretoria, Gauteng where she still lives and works as an artist.

After completing matric at Hoërskool Waterkloof in 1988, she studied Theatre Crafts at the Pretoria Technicon, now TUT, and specialised in Decor under artist and lecturer in fine and applied arts, Jan van der Merwe.

Renier Oosthuizen

Renier Oosthuizen - 001 Photo (800)

RENIER OOSTHUIZEN (1962) – Renier was born in the early 60’s with the love for art in all its forms. His favourite pastime as a child used to be sketching and painting.

His arty and inquisitive mind led him to create works from anything he could lay his hands on. After Art School Renier joined the S.A. Air Force as a chef. During this time, he discovered his ability for composing music and playing the piano.

Gerrit Pitout

Gerrit Pitout - 001 Photo (800)

GERRIT PITOUT (1953) – Gerrit was born on the 2nd January 1953 in Klerksdorp and matriculated in Barberton. He studied at the University of Pretoria, and with further study at the University of South Africa he gained his honours in art history.

Gerrit also obtained his FPSSA Fellowship in photography. Gerrit’s career as professional artist spans close to 50 years and he has held large exhibitions in America, Israel and all over South Africa.

Corrie Moolman

Corrie Moolman - 100 Art (800) Still Life

CORRIE MOOLMAN (1960) – Corrie was born in the countryside (Rysmierbult). As a child, she observed her father’s talent in the paintings on the walls of their home. She always dreamt of trying out her own skills in the art world.

Corrie’s personal relationship with Jesus Christ and His creation inspires her to reflect on the various places and people in her life.

Jancine Laing

Jancine Laing - 100 Art (Original) Pink Peony

JANICE LAING (1957) – Jancine’s art journey began in 2006 when she joined well-known Pretoria artist Elmé Eksteen for oil painting classes. She loved it from the first day and knew that this is what she wanted to do.

With Elmé’s infinite patience and encouragement she gained enough confidence to start selling her art.

Jancine is inspired by colour, flowers, and the contrast between shadow and light.

Jacques Müller

JACQUES MÜLLER – Jacques Müller’s career in the fine arts commenced in 1998 at the School for Creative Arts in Centurion, Pretoria. He continued his studies in the Fine Arts Department at Tshwane University of Technology (TUT). He received his national B.Tech Fine Art diploma and became a full time professional artist soon thereafter.

Nature, life in general and the inevitable process of transience inspire Jacques’ work.