gg o Sheena Ridley
This tenth annual exhibition showcases her 2009 work in oil paintings, pastels and concrete sculpture. Her paintings and pastels are renowned internationally and she receives commissions for her concrete sculptures countrywide.
Sheena has recently returned from an exhibition in The Netherlands.  
s  Niel Jonker  [National Diploma FA]is receiving broad acclaim and recognition as a sculptor using bronze and mixed media.
Continuing with process-oriented formal art forms, he is now painting direct from nature. Niel exhibits both his bronze sculpture and his latest paintings at this exhibition.
p Prof. Pierre Volschenk [Phil/Ph.D] was senior inspector of Art and then professor and head of the dept of Fine Art at the University of Durban Westville. He retired in 1986 and  lives and works in Gordons Bay. As sculptor he was commissioned by University of Stellenbosch to do the bronze of Danie Craven with his dog Bliksem. He has done many portraits in bronze and oil of prominent persons, some of the latest being  portraits in oil for SANLAM of the children of the late Prof Chris Barnard, and  the Zetlers of Mooiberge. Pierre exhibits some of his most recent works of various media.
x  Xhanti Mpakama was born in Willowvale in the Eastern Cape, South Africa.  His imaginative ideas are translated into appealing figurines who are dancing, walking and moving or even just standing. The environment, in which women live, is felt.  Xhanti enjoys seeing his finished sculptures as he sees his imagination in reality
 ssss Susan Mitchinson  Living near Swakopmund, Susan has exhibited extensively in Namibia including the National Art Gallery of Namibia.
 Susan has had exhibitions in Europe, Namibia, Botswana, South Africa and Australia. Her works are also included in numerous private and public collections in these countries.
Having recently spent some time in Elgin, Susan exhibits her absorption of the area in her paintings, drawings and woodcut prints for which she is renown.
 b Paul Andrew  Watercolourist Paul Andrew practiced as an architect until 1993 when he turned to full time water colour painting. He has had two extremely successful one-man exhibitions a year since then at Constantia Village Studios, in February and September each year. He has also exhibited in London in 1995 and Nieu Bethesda in 1996.

Paul is expert at developing different new watercolour techniques for particular landscapes' texture and form.