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ARTISTS

Mishkaah Amien
Lucas Bambo
Mathew Brittan
Bronwen Eunice Findlay
Nicholas Hales
Le Roux Smith Le Roux
Papama Lubelwana
Jabu Masuku
Thandeka Mathenjwa
Sizakele Mbuyisa (Fancy Stitch)
Nokuthula Mngomezulu
Desmond Mnyila
Sherley Munyuku
Hlengiwe Myeni (Fancy Stitch)
Nokuthula Myeni
Daniel Mark Nel
Walter Oltmann
Lyndi Sales
Johannes Segogela
Engelina September
Angelina September; Ntombembi Booi (Egazini artists)
Lisa Strachan
Ncamisile Tembe (Fancy Stitch)
Vernon Veale
Siphiwe Zulu
At Tokara Winery

Vintage

Tokara Winery was conceived as a space which would immerse visitors in stimulating sensory experiences, offering opportunities to savour wine, fine food, olive oils and South African art in a beautiful setting. As you walk through the parking area you smell the indigenous garden; before entering the building you pass examples of the vines they cultivate. Marco Cianfanelli's stainless steel sculpture Mind's vine carries words about the experience of taste, epicurean mythology, wine-making, terroir and history. Inside the winery, William Kentridge's tapestries (woven by Marguerite Stephens) are on display in the restaurant, while works by Egon Tania, Willem Strydom, Geoffrey Armstrong and Lyndi Sales complement the Wine Tasting Room.


Exhibition info

Viewing: Tuesday to Saturday 09h00 - after dinner
Sunday 10h00 - 16h00
Monday 09h00 - 17h00

For 10 years, Tokara launched its new vintages with an annual exhibition of paintings painted in wine, called Wine Made Art (some are hanging in the corridor).

This year, the exhibition promotes work by artists who don't paint in wine, but whose work is associated with wine, landscape, nature or science.

Lisa Strachan was taken into Tokara's vineyards by the estate's viticulturalist, Aidan Morton, to find some of her source material for her finely-observed watercolours.

Walter Oltmann marvels at the beauty of the moth, a pollinator, and other insects inspire his suit images. His weaving is in wire, tracing nature with its threads.

Mishkaah Amien cuts the finest patterns by hand with a cutting knife, as if dissecting designs of molecules, ripples of sound or taste, and as her title says: Beyond the visible.

Nicolas Hales looks beyond the visible into structures beneath what we see and into the spaces we inhabit. He is interested in light waves and energy fields. In Alchemy no 1 a container floats like an ancient wine amphora.

Desmond Mnyila masks views of landscape: cultivated and pristine. Daniel Mark Nel's paintings draw us into leafy glades, while Lucas Bambo's narrative linocuts describe the practice of cultivating and plead with humans to care for our natural resources, especially water.

Click here for exhibition views


84 artworks - click the Title for full details


1: Mishkaah Amien | Beyond the visible
Reference ID: 10703


2: Mishkaah Amien | Purple series I
Reference ID: 11011


3: Mishkaah Amien | Purple series II
Reference ID: 11012


4: Mishkaah Amien | Purple series III
Reference ID: 11013


5: Mishkaah Amien | Echo
Reference ID: 11024


6: Mishkaah Amien | Purple series IV
Reference ID: 11025


7: Mishkaah Amien | Purple series V
Reference ID: 11026


8: Lucas Bambo | Working in the garden 11/50
Reference ID: 05268/11


9: Lucas Bambo | Working in the garden 14/50
Reference ID: 05268/14


10: Lucas Bambo | Teaching a child 17/50
Reference ID: 05282/17


11: Lucas Bambo | Summer time 18/50
Reference ID: 06240/18


12: Lucas Bambo | Prodical son (sic) 55/100
Reference ID: 08251/55


13: Lucas Bambo | Sitting around the fire 83/100
Reference ID: 08406/83


14: Lucas Bambo | Water is life 12/50
Reference ID: 08411/12


15: Lucas Bambo | Water is life 32/50
Reference ID: 08411/32


16: Lucas Bambo | Weding (sic) 30/100
Reference ID: 08454/30


17: Lucas Bambo | The family 30/50
Reference ID: 09492/30


18: Lucas Bambo | Save water 1/50
Reference ID: 10681/1


19: Lucas Bambo | Save water 5/50
Reference ID: 10681/5


20: Mathew Brittan | Persephone descended II
Reference ID: 08669


21: Mathew Brittan | Persephone descended III
Reference ID: 08671


22: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Protea buds
Reference ID: 08740


23: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Protea II
Reference ID: 08750


24: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Flame lilies
Reference ID: 10951


25: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Two bunches (oval)
Reference ID: 10952


26: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Flowers with stems
Reference ID: 10953


27: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Erythrina
Reference ID: 10954


28: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Dahlias
Reference ID: 10955


29: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Pin cushions
Reference ID: 10956


30: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Tulips (oval)
Reference ID: 10957


31: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Olive thrush
Reference ID: 10958


32: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Red and green flowers
Reference ID: 10959


33: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Vase of flowers
Reference ID: 10960


34: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Poppies
Reference ID: 10961


35: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Lotus
Reference ID: 10962


36: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Peacock feather
Reference ID: 10963


37: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Red flowers
Reference ID: 10964


38: Bronwen Eunice Findlay | Freesias
Reference ID: 10965


39: Nicholas Hales | Light, virtual reality, atom and chakra series no10
Reference ID: 10762


40: Nicholas Hales | Alchemy no.1
Reference ID: 11010


41: Nicholas Hales | Ascending - descending
Reference ID: 11090


42: Le Roux Smith Le Roux | Woodland scene
Reference ID: 00525


43: Papama Lubelwana | Woman making a difference 24/50
Reference ID: 04265/24


44: Jabu Masuku | Wedding preparations
Reference ID: 08282


45: Jabu Masuku | Traditional Zulu dancing
Reference ID: 08283


46: Jabu Masuku | The man sewing a traditional skirt for his daughter
Reference ID: 09548


47: Thandeka Mathenjwa | Through the hills
Reference ID: 09542


48: Sizakele Mbuyisa (Fancy Stitch) | My future dream
Reference ID: 09544


49: Nokuthula Mngomezulu | Ihhash (Horse)
Reference ID: 01129


50: Desmond Mnyila | Dominion #8
Reference ID: 10378


51: Desmond Mnyila | Lone cottage
Reference ID: 11016


52: Desmond Mnyila | From Fort Beaufort
Reference ID: 11017


53: Desmond Mnyila | Distant shore #3
Reference ID: 11018


54: Desmond Mnyila | Murky waters
Reference ID: 11019


55: Desmond Mnyila | Distant shore #2
Reference ID: 11020


56: Desmond Mnyila | Untitled
Reference ID: 11021


57: Desmond Mnyila | Evening walk near murky waters
Reference ID: 11022


58: Desmond Mnyila | Distant shores #1
Reference ID: 11023


59: Sherley Munyuku | Animals
Reference ID: 03388


60: Hlengiwe Myeni (Fancy Stitch) | The beauty of nature
Reference ID: 09538


61: Nokuthula Myeni | Pigs in the garden
Reference ID: 00131


62: Daniel Mark Nel | Glade
Reference ID: 10780


63: Daniel Mark Nel | Bush scan
Reference ID: 11014


64: Daniel Mark Nel | Light
Reference ID: 11159


65: Walter Oltmann | Pollinator
Reference ID: 10995


66: Walter Oltmann | Small scarab suit 1
Reference ID: 10996


67: Walter Oltmann | Small scarab suit 2
Reference ID: 10997


68: Walter Oltmann | Large scarab 1
Reference ID: 10998


69: Walter Oltmann | Large scarab 2
Reference ID: 10999


70: Walter Oltmann | Caterpillar suit 30/30
Reference ID: 11000/30


71: Walter Oltmann | Nighthawk 1/30
Reference ID: 11001/1


72: Walter Oltmann | Grapevine leaf
Reference ID: 11002


73: Walter Oltmann | Copper moth
Reference ID: 11003


74: Walter Oltmann | Moth 1
Reference ID: 11004


75: Lyndi Sales | Lottery globe
Reference ID: 11098


76: Johannes Segogela | Angel filming
Reference ID: 10786


77: Engelina September | Babesoyika benamandla 3/10
Reference ID: 01532


78: Angelina September; Ntombembi Booi (Egazini artists) | Two Egazini trees
Reference ID: 08374


79: Lisa Strachan | Swee waxbill on vine
Reference ID: 10991


80: Lisa Strachan | Fynbos with oxalis leaf and rose hip
Reference ID: 10992


81: Lisa Strachan | Olive and vine
Reference ID: 10993


82: Ncamisile Tembe (Fancy Stitch) | Greenlands
Reference ID: 09545


83: Vernon Veale | Cape wine farm
Reference ID: 00590


84: Siphiwe Zulu | Springbuck
Reference ID: 02229a

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