THE FABULOUS PICTURE SHOW
Thank you to everyone who supported our Fabulous Picture Show!
Fabulous Picture Show 2018 Top 10 Selling Artists
Hussein Salim R9 350
Heather Gourlay-Conyngham R8 600
Terence King R5 700
Diane Johnson-Ackerman R4 400
Elizabeth Speight R4 250
Siyabonga Sikosana R4 100
Siyabonga Ngubane R3 950
Louise Hall R3 900
GailPeckham R3 350
Muzi Ndlela R2 800
Jinny Heath R2 600
Malcolm Christian R2 100
Fabulous Picture Show 2018 Top 12 Selling Artworks
02a Heather Gourlay-Conyngham Jutta Oil on canvas board R8000
03a Terence King Workspace VIII : Chinese Vase Acrylic on paper R2900
03b Terence King Mid Point Acrylic on paper R2800
03c Hussein Salim Heritage II Acrylic on paper R2800
04a Jinny Heath Winter Burning Stone lithograph, hand-coloured R2600
04b Gail Peckham Dog Bowl Acrylic on paper R2400
05a Diane Johnson-Ackerman Karoo Huisie I Etching on paper R2400
05b Hussein Salim Reconnect II Acrylic on paper R2200
05c Hussein Salim Heritage I Acrylic on paper R2200
06a Malcolm Christian Touchstone Watercolour on paper R2100
07a Hussein Salim Reconnect I Acrylic on paper R2100
07b Diane Johnson-Ackerman Karoo Huisie II Etching on paper R2000
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The EXHIBITION opened Sunday 20 November 2018 at 10:00am.
The Fabulous Picture Show
It’s that time of the year again! The FOTAG Committee invites all artists to start planning for the Fabulous Picture Show, an annual auction held in the Gallery to raise funds for the purchase of new art works for the Tatham Art Gallery permanent collection. Your donation as an artist will assist the continued growth of this collection.
How does the Fabulous Picture Show work?
1. Artists donate up to three original, unframed works of art to FOTAG.
2. Signed, editioned, original digital prints are welcomed, but not prints of existing originals.
3. Boards and canvases are restricted to a maximum standard A4 only (21 x 29.7cm).
4. Works on paper: the image should be no bigger than 13 x 21.7cm, to allow for mounting.
5. All 2D art works in the prescribed sizes will be framed by FOTAG, and hung by Gallery staff.
6. 3D works are also welcome, size not to exceed A4 dimensions.
7. Acceptance of art work is at the discretion of the FOTAG Committee.
8. Artists will be offered first option should their art works not be sold at the auction.
Gallery staff will be available to accept work from 14h00 to 16h00, on the following Tuesdays: 04, 11, 18 & 25 September 2018.
The final submissions deadline is Saturday 29 September 2018, between 09h00 and 14h00
Sunday 18 November 10h00, until Friday 23 November 16h00. Exhibition is open 09h00 – 16h00 daily, including Monday 19 November.
Friday 23 November at 18h00 for 18h30 (doors open at 18h00).
All art works will be sold on the night. There is a reserve price of R250 on every art work and the auction is silent up to R800, after which art works are sold by live auction. Should you be unable to attend, proxy bids can be arranged for amounts over R800.
firstname.lastname@example.org or 033 392 2825 (mornings only) FOTAG website: www.fotag.co.za
The FOTAG Fabulous Picture Show 2017
Thank you to everyone who supported The Fabulous Picture Show 2017 - artists and buyers!
Total Amount raised after costs: R 109 705!
The top 10 selling artists in order were:
Beth Diane Armstrong
The top 10 selling artworks:
Deborah Bell Ma ubu III Etching on paper R7 500
Walter Oltmann Chafer Suit Ink and bleach on paper R6 000
Deborah Bell Ma Ubu IV Etching on paper R6 000
Deborah Bell Ma Ubu I Etching on paper R5 500
Diane Victor Between the Old Man and the Deep Blue Sea Etching on paper R5 000
Clive Sithole The Dream Catcher Earthenware ( Smoke-fired ) R4 600
Beth Diane Armstrong Division Process-i Stainless steel R3 500
Hussein Salim Tokoloshe 1 Acrylic on paper R3 200
Corina Lemmer Shattered Oil on canvas R3 000
Beth Diane Armstrong Division Process-c Stainless steel R3 000
Deborah Bell Ma Ubu II Etching on paper R3 000
Here are the results from
THE FABULOUS PICTURE SHOW 2016
114 Artists donated a total of 239 artworks to the Fabulous Picture Show.
Total Amount raised after costs: R 106 200.00
The top ten selling individual artworks are as follows:
Terence King Littoral II Acrylic on paper R5000
Heather Gourlay-Conyngham Listening to Ballade No. 1 Oil on linen R 4250
Heather Gourlay-Conyngham Figure Study Watercolour on paper R4250
Jinny Heath Geisha's Gate Etching with chine colle R3750
Terence King In an Uncertain Light Acrylic on paper R3600
Pamela Fourie Kitchen Stuff Watercolour on paper R3500
Diamond Bozas Study of Euphorbia at Pobane Dam, Nkwalini Watercolour on paper R3250
Hussein Salim Spring Acrylic on paper R2750
Hussein Salim Symbols Acrylic on paper R2750
Shan Jacobs South of Bloemfontein 2 Mixed media R2500
The top ten sellers (some of whom donated more than one work) are as follows:
Hussein Salim R11 000
Terence King R8 600
Heather Gourlay-Conyngham R8 500
Shan Jacobs R6 750
Pamela Fourie R6 300
Siyabonga Sikosana R6 100
Diamond Bozas R4 850
Kobie Venter R4 150
Terri Broll R3 750
Jinny Heath R3 750
Enquiries: email@example.com Tel: 033 392 2825 (mornings only)
This event is an annual fundraising auction held in Pietermaritzburg, to raise funds for the purchase of new artworks for the Tatham Art Gallery permanent collection. It is essential for an art museum collection to grow on a regular basis, in order to reflect the dynamic nature of South African artistic production. Without a purchasing budget and ongoing acquisitions, the collection would remain stagnant.
THE FABULOUS PICTURE SHOW 2015
105 Artists donated a total of 206 artworks to the Fabulous Picture Show.
Total Amount raised after costs: R 83 047.98
These are the top ten selling individual artworks :