Jun 12 2010
Green parking meterman

Green parking meterman

“I enjoy experimenting and trying out new subjects, methods and styles. The majority of my experiments go unnoticed by galleries, This, I think, is a compliment. Nonetheless, I will continue to experiment and release seminal work.” – Richard Scott.

The quote above appears on p254 of Richard’s book titled Richard Scott that was published in 2005.

It is the experiments referred to here that led to the creation of the fantastic paintings that can be seen on this website (click here http://worldart.co.za/artists/artist.asp?ID=18) or at our gallery in Cape Town.

The painting above was painted in 2002 and personally I am not sure whether it would count as an experiment or not, but I do know that it is one of my favourite paintings by him.

Charl Bezuidenhout

Sep 06 2018
The forms of the invisible demand: A solo exhibition by Lizette Chirrime

The forms of the invisible demand: A solo exhibition by Lizette Chirrime

06 September 2018

WORLDART will be hosting a new solo exhibition by Lizette Chirrime, titled The forms...

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Sep 06 2018
WORLDART at the FNB Joburg Art Fair 6-9 September 2018

WORLDART at the FNB Joburg Art Fair 6-9 September 2018

06 September 2018

We are pleased to announce that we’ll be participating in the FNB Joburg Art...

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Aug 16 2018
Ronald Muchatuta’s Ukubhabha / Kumbururuka / To Fly

Ronald Muchatuta’s Ukubhabha / Kumbururuka / To Fly

16 August 2018

– We want to fly but we need a Moroka An emboldened Ronald Muchatuta...

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Aug 03 2018
WORLDART artist in residence: Nelo Teixeira

WORLDART artist in residence: Nelo Teixeira

03 August 2018

On a recent trip to Angola, Worldart was invited to visit a few studios...

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