Art at Constantia is a permanent exhibition being curated by Lyn Atterbury and James Hodgson at the beautiful Groot Constantia Wine Estate.
Together they bring years of experience in the Art Industry from working in various Galleries around the country to attending courses and lectures in curating and collecting art with a sharp eye for quality and collection or investment purposes.
Our aim is to provide a platform for established local and emerging Artists to showcase the best that they have to offer in their expressions of paint on canvas. Artists not only enrich a community with the beauty of their work, they also help to educate, inspire and stimulate the hearts and minds of many.
“The most beautiful experience we can have is the mysterious – the fundamental emotion which stands at the cradle of true art.”- Albert Einstein.
Art at Constantia now exhibits in the Tasting and Sales Hall on the Groot Constantia Wine Estate and at the Modern Day Cellar and Tasting Room where daily cellar tours are conducted. This most historic Estate was established in 1685 by the Cape Governor, Simon Van Der Stel. During the year Exhibitions at Groot Constantia take place regularly in The Cellar with grand and exciting openings. These events are not to be missed – for more details of the upcoming events, go to our EXHIBITIONS page.
Art at Constantia provides a very personalized service for clients based on the Curator’s close relationship with their Artists and Patrons. Come explore and discover some of the most meaningful and beautiful art produced by local artists in South Africa. Take your time meandering from painting to painting, treating your senses to sublime combinations of colour and subject matter that will give you a true sense of the spirit of Africa.
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” – Pablo Picasso.
We guarantee an enriching and memorable experience as you savour all that Groot Constantia has to offer you.
Sourced from https://www.artatconstantia.com/ by Lily de Keller – Constantia Area Specialist