Barbara Siedle

Durban born Barbara Siedle first studied at the Michaelis School of Art, UTC for one year. She then attended the Munich Academy of Fine Art in West Germany for three years, where she studied painting and sculpture under Prof. Kirchner.

She later attended the Natal Technical College where she studied sculpture for one year under Mary Stainbank. Barbara continued to broaden her experience in acrylic portrait painting, pottery, stained glass and mosaics in Durban, Salzberg, London and Munich.

Barbara has today established herself as a major watercolour artist, especially in the field of wildlife. Her first solo exhibition in 1982 was sold out within a week. Since then she has had many solo and group exhibitions with consistent success all over SA and the UK.
In 1995 Barbara was commissioned to do the 2 metre bronze statue of The Lady in White which is situated on T Jetty, Durban Harbour. She was also commissioned to do a bust of Vasco Da Gama, for the Portuguese Government, to commemorate da Gama’s arrival off the coast of Natal.

Barbara’s love of the bush and interest in environmental issues takes her on many journeys throughout Southern Africa to capture subject matter for her work.

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A group of animal illustrations attractively hung in a Game Lodge

Horse Racing at Greyville wc 380 x 280 unfr.

Guniea fowl wc 1030 x 930 fr

Serval at Mala Mala wc 115 x 97 fr.

Amphitheatre wc 103 x 94 fr.

Wild Dog wc by Barbara Siedle 65 x 52 unfr.

Buffalo Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr

Giraffe Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr

Leopard Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr

Lion Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr.jpg

Lioness Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr

White Rhino Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr

IIustration Steenbok Head wc 600 x 480

Zebra Illustration wc 300 x 390 unfr

Afghan Hounds wc 75 x 60 fr.

Cheetah 64 x 53 w/c unfr.

Elephant and Calf 75 x 55 w/c unfr.

Wild Dog 75 x 55 w/c unfr.
 
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