Harvest of Gold
Harvest of Gold
"Harvest of Gold" vineyards offer a picturesque view from the farmhouse, with lush green and yellow grapevines stretching under a blue sky. The vibrant colors and serene atmosphere beautifully showcase the natural beauty of the region.
Thea Darlow's artistic journey began in Gwanda, Zimbabwe, where her childhood on a farm was colored by creativity. Guided by her mother, Joan, a renowned watercolor artist, Thea developed a deep love for painting. Her evolving expressionist style blends mediums and explores the spectrum of color.
Under the mentorship of respected South African artist Laura Wenman, Thea honed her artistic fundamentals, focusing on drawing, observation, and perspective. She then mastered oil painting and expanded her skills through workshops with Ryno Swart and Jenny Merritt, exploring large expressionist and abstract works enriched with acrylic paint.
Thea draws inspiration from landscapes, trees, and rural African scenes, weaving together photographs, memories, and sketches. The ancient Matobo Hills hold a special place in her heart, evoking the divine and the feminine.
Currently based in Cape Town, she captures the bending forms of Lions Head and the resilient Stony Pine trees against the South Easter wind. Her work finds homes in galleries and commissioned projects, with endless inspiration drawn from the captivating Table Mountain view, the surrounding landscapes, and the picturesque Winelands under the South African blue skies.
Thea Darlow’s journey began in Gwanda, Zimbabwe, growing up on a farm. Guided by her mother, Joan, a revered watercolour artist, she developed a love for painting. Thea’s evolving expressionist style blends mediums and explores colour.
Under respected South African artist Laura Wenman, Thea’s artistic foundation emphasized fundamentals like the importance of drawing, observation and perspective.
Mastery of oil painting followed, then workshops with Ryno Swart and Jenny Merritt expanded her skills to include large expressionist and abstract work embracing generous amounts of acrylic paint.
Inspired by landscapes, trees, and rural African scenes, Thea’s works draw from photos, memories, and sketches. The ancient Matobo Hills deeply influence her, evoking a sense of the divine and feminine.
Regular visits to Zimbabwe connect her to this powerful landscape.Currently, her focus is on Lions Head and the resilient Stony Pine trees in Cape Town, capturing their bending forms against the South Easter wind.
Relocating to South Africa, her artistry expanded to various mediums, finding homes in galleries and commissioned projects. She now paints full-time in Bloubergrand, Cape Town, drawing endless inspiration from the captivating Table Mountain view and the surrounding landscapes.
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