Amanzimtoti artists to exhibit their strokes of creative genius

USCAA member, Val Hazell with some of her paintings that will be on show at Seadoone Mall from Thursday, 29 March until Tuesday, 2 April.

Amanzimtoti art lovers are in for a treat when the Upper South Coast Art Association (USCAA) hosts an exhibit of its members at Seadoone Mall during the Easter holidays.

The exhibition will be from Thursday, 29 March until Tuesday, 2 April. “Various artists belonging to the USCAA will be exhibiting, with a great variety of artwork on display,” said exhibition manager, Marie Mansfield.

“There will be at least 12 artists exhibiting, with about five paintings per artist. Visitors can enjoy a variety of media including oils, acrylics, mixed media and watercolours in a great variety of themes such as wildlife, seascapes, landscapes, abstracts and florals.” All the artwork will be for sale, as well as hand-painted greeting cards.

USCAA has a minimum of three exhibitions at various locations a year, as well as work permanently exhibited at the ‘Art on Kingsway’ gallery.

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Visit the Facebook page ‘Upper South Coast Art Association’, where some of USCAA’s 80 members and their work are featured, most of which is up for sale. To join USCAA, call Jean Taylor on 039-973-2101 or 072-193-9001, or visit their monthly meetings which are held in the Amanzimtoti library activities room, details of which are published in the SUN in the week prior.

USCAA will also host an exhibit at Scottburgh Mall from Monday, 2 April to Sunday, 8 April.

 

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