Participation in more than forty group exhibitions since 1977, including:

  • Inaugural exhibition of the Watershed Gallery, Cape Town [1978]
  • New Names exhibition, South African Association of Arts, Cape Town [1981]
  • Inaugural exhibition of Battswood Art Centre, Cape Town [1984]
  • Volkskas Bank Atelier exhibitions [1984 and 1988]
  • George XVI exhibition of South African art, Strydom Gallery, George [1984-2007]
  • Everard Read exhibition, Johannesburg [1985]
  • Annual exhibition of emerging South African artists, Gallery 709, Cape Town [1986]
  • School of Art and Design staff exhibitions , Port Elizabeth [annual exhibitions 1986-91]
  • Artists for Democracy, Walmer Civic Centre, Port Elizabeth [1988]
  • Inaugural exhibition of the Cuyler Gallery, Port Elizabeth [1990]
  • Exhibition of works nominated for Vista University public commission [1991]
  • GAP exhibition, King George VI Art Museum, Port Elizabeth [1992]
  • Commemorative exhibition: 120th year of Faculty of Art & Design, Port Elizabeth Technikon [1993]
  • Guild Gallery selected artists' exhibition, Pretoria [1996]
  • Beeldende Kunste Personeel exhibitions, Cape Town [annual exhibitions 1996-99]
  • Invitation group exhibition, Johannes Stegmann Gallery, University of Bloemfontein [1997]
  • Stellenbosch Gallery, annual Salon for invited artists, Stellenbosch [1999]
  • The Sutherland Experience, Worcester Art Gallery, Worcester [1999]
  • Exhibition of four South African artists' work, University of Stellenbosch Art Gallery [1999]
  • The Art of Drawing (national exhibition), Dorp Street Gallery, Stellenbosch [2000]
  • SPIT I, II & III Exhibitions, Stellenbosch University [2001, 2002 and 2005]
  • Cabinet Reshuffle (curated by Julia Meintjes), Tokara Gallery, Stellenbosch [2008]
  • 10 Philosophical Questions. Stellenbosch University Gallery [2008]
  • Back to the Future. Abstract Art in South Africa. Past and Present. SMAC, Stellenbosch [2013]

Solo exhibitions

Solo exhibitions:

  • Caledon, Western Cape region (Large-scale land artwork) [1977]
  • Arena Theatre, University of Cape Town. Interdisciplinary installation [1979]
  • South African College of Music, University of Cape Town. (Conceptual event) [1980]
  • Michaelis School of Fine Art. Exhibition of figure drawings [1980]
  • Irma Stern Museum, Cape Town. (Postgraduate exhibition) [1984]
  • University of Stellenbosch Art Gallery. (Invitation exhibition) [1985]
  • Wellington College, Cape. (Invitation exhibition) [1985]
  • E.P.S.F.A. Gallery, Port Elizabeth. [1985]
  • South African Association of Art Gallery, Cape Town. [1986]
  • Exhibition of drawings, Central Art Studio, Port Elizabeth [1992]
  • Dorp Street Art Gallery, Stellenbosch. [1998]
  • Exhibition of paintings and drawings; inaugural exhibition of Tokara Gallery, Stellenbosch [2001]
  • Exhibition of paintings and drawings, University of Stellenbosch Art Gallery [2001/2002]
  • Exhibition of nude drawings, Grande Provence Gallery, Franschhoek [2006]
  • Form | Stilte: Mid-career retrospective exhibition. Sasol Art Museum, Stellenbosch [2013]



Numerous private and public commissions since 1978 include:

  • Portrait of first female city councillor elected to Cape Town City Council, Mary Olsen. [1979]
  • Co-illustration of commemorative edition of Byron's Don Juan; by the University of Cape Town in conjunction with the Brenthurst Press (for Harry Oppenheimer's 80th birthday). [1988]
  • Commissioned to illustrate 'Vectors', collection of poetry by English-Italian poet, Daniel Stolfi. [pub. 1992]
  • Large-scale abstract painting for Conference Hall foyer, Vista University, Port Elizabeth. [1993]
  • Drawing for headquarters of Prolantic Telecommunications, Cape Town. [1998]
  • Drawings for Prolantic (Pty) Ltd, United Kingdom. [2000]
  • Large work for Cologne Reinsurance corporate collection, Johannesburg. [2000]
  • Two works for Spanish hotel group NH Hotels. Somerset West. [2003]
  • 10 Works commissioned by University of Stellenbosch for 10 South African corporate collections



Works in corporate, public and private collections in South Africa and abroad including:

  • The South African National Gallery, Cape Town
  • University of Cape Town Collection
  • University of Stellenbosch Collection
  • Port Elizabeth Technikon Collection
  • Vista University; Port Elizabeth
  • ABSA Bank Collection
  • De Beers Collection
  • SASOL Collection
  • Telkom Collection
  • Prolantic Telecommunications Collection, Johannesburg and Cape Town
  • Cologne Reinsurance Company Art Collection
  • Collection of late Jacques Derrida, Paris
  • Harry Oppenheimer Collection, Johannesburg
  • Collection of Toshio Kanamaru, Tokyo
  • Tokara Corporate Collection, Stellenbosch
  • Buchanan Collection, Los Angeles.
  • Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Museum, Port Elizabeth.