In November 2018 a group of us as artists held an exhibition, VERGE, at the Old Gaol Museum complex, Knysna, in collaboration with the Knysna Art Society and several environmental organisations who offered workshops and talks around biodiversity and the conservation of endangered and vulnerable species. 

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Plett whale sculpture


A stunning new steel whale sculpture on Central beach in Plettenberg Bay works towards increased public awareness of the plastic pollution and marine litter problems we face. This project forms part of Nature... READ MORE

A little reading list


I thought I’d share some interesting articles I came across recently. Happy reading! Earth Was a Very Different Place Before Mud A great mud boom 400 million years ago changed features such as... READ MORE



According to Endangered Wildlife Trust’s red data list of South African mammals, 17% are deemed to be threatened with extinction and 10% are near threatened. In terms of our bird species, Birdlife SA’s research reveal... READ MORE

Resilience in times of great transition


We’re living in challenging timeswe’re living in exciting timeswe’re living through a great transitionwe’re learning new ways to bewe’re learning new ways to see As we move through this time, I am focusing... READ MORE

Organisations focus: Living Lands


Want to support an organisation through donating a percentage of your sales? Living Lands is an organisation of which I’ve been able to meet some of the committed and inspiring staff, and I... READ MORE

Land art at Kalanderkloof


On Sunday the 10th of March we visited Kalanderkloof for a small informal land art gathering. Thank you to Helga Stassen from Glass Roots Studio for hosting us and allowing us into the... READ MORE