This is a collection of posts about our outstanding South African artists who create limited edition prints, printmaking, handmade etchings or monotype artworks, for sale through StateoftheART
    StateoftheART is delighted to announce the upcoming group exhibition titled Heaven and Earth, featuring the works of four remarkable female artists: Kristen McClarty, Catherine Ocholla, Laurel Holmes, and Karen Wykerd. This captivating exhibition of paintings and printmaking will be on display from 04 - 25 November 2023, at 50 Buitenkant Street in Cape Town.
  • Opening of TIME & TIDE
    On Saturday 25 February 2023, StateoftheART hosted the opening reception of the group exhibition 'TIME & TIDE (wait for no man)', featuring new work by 7 South African artists.
  • Opening of ABSTRACT*D
    On 7 May 2022 StateoftheART hosted the opening of an artist-led exhibition curated by Tanja Truscott, including new works by 5 abstract artists who created their work in a visual conversation. See some photos from the event and read Tanja Truscott's opening address.
  • Kristen McClarty | South African Artist Magazine
    Read an interview with printmaking artist Kristen McClarty in the April 2022 issue of the South African Artist Magazine.
  • A Sense of Place with Kristen McClarty
    Read more about Kristen McClarty's series inspired by the yellow rocks near her home in Kommetjie. Creating both plein-air paintings and woodblock prints, she explores the landscape and capturing the sense of this unique place.
  • In conversation with Shui-Lyn White
    A deep conversation and studio visit with printmaker and abstract artist Shui-Lyn White who shares her ideas on cultivating creativity, finding 'beginners mind' and using gesture to create her abstract artworks.
  • Kitty Dörje | South African Artist Magazine
    Read an interview with drawing and printmaking artist Kitty Dörje in the 63rd issue of the South African Artist Magazine, available from August 2021.
  • Southern Vines | Winter 2021 | Art Scene
    Juanita Oosthuizen, Noeleen Kleve and Nicole Pletts are featured in the Winter edition of Southern Vines Magazine, available online and in stores nationwide from June 2021.
  • John Roome | South African Artist Magazine
    John Roome is featured in thre 60th issue of the South African Artist Magazine, talking about his printmaking techniques and inspirations.
  • Opening of WATER MARK by Laurel Holmes
    On 24 October we opened Laurel Holmes' debut solo exhibition 'Water Mark' at the Gallery in Cape Town. Watch our recap video or read the opening address by Helen Walne.
  • In the studio with John Roome
    Learn more about printmaking artist John Roome and his work, inspirations and background in this interview in his Durban studio.
  • Artist Interview: Kitty Dörje
    We chat to Cape Town based artist Kitty Dörje about her ink drawings and printmaking in this interview and glimpse into her day-to-day life in the studio.
  • Studio Visit with Laurel Holmes
    In this film and interview we visit the natural areas that inspire Laurel's printmaking and painting, and learn about visual loss and the impact of environmental degradation for future generations.
  • In the Studio with Noeleen Kleve
    Learn more about printmaking from artist and teacher Noeleen Kleve in her studio in Kommetjie.
  • Q&A with Gallery Award Finalist: LEBOGANG MABUSELA
    Read more about Lebogang Mabusela, whose monotypes are informed by a critique on gender roles and material objects, and on show for the Gallery Award Finalists Exhibition 2018.
  • StateoftheART Stockroom
    We have an exciting selection of recently exhibited and new artwork available for you to view at our Cape Town gallery.
  • In the studio with Laurel Holmes
    We caught up with Johannesburg artist Laurel Holmes to chat about her work and her focus on painting still lifes of everyday objects as well as moody landscapes of the places she has visited.
  • In the studio with Janet Botes
    Sam Rietmann visited the Somerset West studio of visual artist Janet Botes to find out how she depicts the natural landscape in different formats and the inspiration behind her Land Art.
  • In the studio With Kitty Dorje
    What do Mary Poppins and the Terminator have in common? Not much if we are honest. Yet I encountered both of these figures in the studio of Kitty Dörje as we sat down to chat about the importance of silence, her new series of work and what the future holds.