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Sonia Jacka
Sonia Jacka works from her studio in Noordhoek, Cape Town. She started painting in oils in 1997. In 1991 Sonia graduated from the University of South Africa with a BA degree (Psychology). She also studied at the Ruth Prowse School of Art and Design.
Sonia paints portraits, landscapes, still lifes, wildlife and other animals.

Nola Muller
Nola was born in Cape Town in 1949 and matriculated at Wynberg Girls' High School. Her art career started in earnest after a variety of art-related jobs. A short spell as a draughtswoman in the town planning offices of Cape Town, a visualiser in advertising with Lindsay Smithers and a founding partner of the original In-Fin-Art. It was there that she held her first exhibition in 1976.

Philip Barlow
Philip Barlows web site.


It is believed that oil paint was used in Europe in the Middle Ages at first for decorating shields, because oil paint lasted better than the traditional paint of tempera when it was in the weather, or if it was roughly treated. In 1125 a writer called Theophilus (whose real name might have been Roger of Helmarshausen) gives instructions for how to make oil paint in his book called On Diverse Arts.

Nothing like a oil painting to complete the interior of a house, office or any other building.



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