BUSH ART

“BUSH ART COLLECTION” Design and decorating magazines of late are filled with articles and spreads on the latest trend in natural artifacts, which are becoming more and more popular in contemporary decorating. Now available at Elizabeth Gordon Gallery are a wonderful selection of locally sourced horns, shells and eggs, which I jovially refer to as our “Bush Art Collection” and which are proving to be incredibly popular. We have a variety of antelope horns which make an attractive addition to a group of paintings or a statement on their own. We also clean and prepare leopard tortoise shells, which have an incredible shape and which create a wonderfully unique focal point too. These can be displayed on a perspex stand or randomly perched on a shelf with books or other artifacts. Ostrich eggs, in short supply at the moment, are available with two different size perspex stands, and come with a protective box which will make an unusual Xmas gift for both locals and overseas visitors.


Joy 's Wildebeest Horns

Three Horns

Shells on Nguni

Ostrich Eggs
 
Artists
Akiko Nakaji
An Interview by the Red Carnation Group of Hotels
Barbara Siedle
Bruce Backhouse
BUSH ART
Celimpilo Dlamini
David Tomlinson
Dawn Rouse Photography
Ezequeil Mabote
GROUP XMAS EXHIBITION "CHEERS"
Harvey Rothschild
Hugh Mbayiwa
Hugh Mbayiwa’s Exhibition “Time and Again”.
Hussein Salim
Hussein Salim at Beechwood Market 19TH – 22ND OCTOBER 2017
John Smith
Karen Fortune
Lindy Acton
Lisa-Jane Hamlin
Nicole Pletts
Nora Newton
Peter Croxon
Renee Leslie
Robert Domijan
Scott Bredin
Sue Martin
Victoria Verbaan
Virginia Mashonganyika
Wheildon
Wim Rautenbach