Wheildon

David Wheildon Oosthuizen was born in Durban and educated at Hilton College. After completing an art degree at the Natal Technikon he began work in the textile industry.
David chose to paint under his middle name of Wheildon and like his ancestor Thomas Wheildon, the English potter from Fenton, England, is an artist with a passion for developing his own technique.

Whilst David paints a great variety of subject matter, his main interest is Nguni cattle. In drawing reference from Nguni stud farms in Kwa Zulu Natal, mainly Aldora Farm, in the Karkloof and Kwalalamvuba Stud in the Underberg area, the artist captures the wonderful colours and patterns synonymous with the Nguni breed.

His work is mixed medium on canvas. He has his own unique recipe; a primed canvas as the foundation, watercolour for the main source of colour, and glazes to separate the additional use of acrylic and oil. Finally a clear varnish seals the finished work from the elements.

David lives with his family in the Hilton area and enjoys visiting the Midlands for reference and inspiration for his paintings.

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Group of Ngunis 1500 x 1000 mm unfr

Cheetah mm 1000 x 750 unfr

Common Kingfisher oc 300 x 300 unfr

Crested Barbet 300 x 300 unfr

Cuckoo 300 x 300 unfr

Water Carriers on canvas 1500 x1000

Group of 8 shells on canvas 5600 x 5600 fr

Aloe mm 1000 x 1200 unfr

Women of Africa 1200 x 1000 unfr

Flower Sellers on canvas 600 x 600

Bateleur Eagle 4000 x 4500

Burchell's Coucal 4000 x 4500

Double Banded Courser 4000 x 4500

Bearers oc 1000 x 1000

Hoopoe 4000 x 4500

Pearl Spotted Owlet 4000 x 4500

Southern Yellowbilled Hornbill 4000 x 4500

Country Bearers 1500 x 1000 oc
 
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