Hermanus Art Circle

Art Gallery of Local Artists

HAC proudly offers the public excellent artwork from various artists in the area at most reasonable prices.
The aims and objectives of the HAC are:
• To bring together not more than 30 like-minded artists for the purpose of improving their social and artistic experience through offering member events and activities.
• To provide an opportunity for HAC to represent and actively participate as part of a formal art structure.
• To exhibit and sell personal artworks and show on a regular basis
• To get involved in promoting art in the greater Overberg region and establishing Hermanus and the Overberg as an Art Hub.
• To co-operate with any other society, having objectives like those of the HAC

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Local Food support Initiatives ( Covid 19)

Hermanus Art Circle to donate funds to local food support initiatives

Hermanus Art Circle (HAC) decided to donate a portion of sales made during the lock-down period to local food support initiatives.

HAC members are working from their home studios but cannot share their beautiful art with our usual fans and customers because of lock-down measures.  We would like to introduce you to our artists and their work by means of our Hermanus Art Circle Facebook Page.

To help us to continue to sell art during these times, it would be appreciated if you could like our Facebook Page and share it with all your contacts.

Enquiries can be made on our Facebook page or at hermanusartcircle1@gmail.com .

We are so grateful to each of you who support us.

Stay safe and well!

Adele Nortje
Chairperson Hermanus Art Circle.
083 442 5985

Covid 19

Hermanus Art Circle (HAC) Brings Art to You in Challenging Times

Due to the uncertainty regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19), we would like to share and update you on the steps we are taking to still bring art to our customers. We would have had our First Friday Art Walk in April and May and FynArts exhibition in June, but all have been cancelled.

Hermanus Art Circle members are working as always from their home studios but cannot share their beautiful art with our usual fans and customers because of lock-down measures.

We now undertake to introduce you to our artists and their work by means of our Hermanus Art Circle Facebook Page. We are comfortable and confident that we can serve our artists and customers successfully this way.

To help us to continue to sell art during these times, it would be appreciated if you could like our Facebook Page and share it with all your contacts. In so doing you can ensure we are serving collectors and our artists as best we can.

We know many of you are personally affected by this crisis. The world needs art more than ever, so in the meantime, we are encouraging all our friends and customers to continue supporting our artists.

Know that our Executive Team are here for you and are ready to assist with any enquiries by means of our Facebook page or at hermanusartcircle1@gmail.com .

We are so grateful for each of you who support and like us.

Stay safe and well!

Adele Nortje
Chairperson Hermanus Art Circle.
083 442 5985

Art for Sale

Adele Nortje

Boat in the Bay - Oil on Canvas

Adele Nortje

Overberg Grain Fields - Oil on Canvas

Ann-Marie Schutte

Water Colour

Daleen Landman

Girl with Lantern - Oil on Canvas

Inner Light - Oil on Canvas

Hester Coetzee

Jenny Bowes Meyer

A New dawn - Acrylic

Old Harbour and the Orange Mountain- Acrylic

Linda Pretorius

Ingwe - Oil on Canvas

Kindred Spirit - Oil on canvas

Lindy Wridgway

Margie Crossman

Rudolph Krause

Bosco Dam - Oil on Canvas

Garden in Kwaaiwater - Oil on Canvas

Tieneke Meiring

Watercolour

Val Wright

Bateleur - Oil on Canvas

The Dog Roses - Acrylic

Suné Le Roux

Canola Fields - Oil on Canvas

Namakwaland - Palet knife - Oil on Canvas

Val Wright

Oil

Vietnamese Lady

R1800-00

HAC Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events 2020

24-27 September 2020 - FynArts Exhibition.

August - Kalfiefees (Dates still Pending)

02 Oct (FFAW)

06 Nov (FFAW)

04 Dec (FFAW)

Hermanus Art Circle

The aims and objectives of the HAC are:

  • To bring together not more than 30 like-minded artists for the purpose of improving their social and artistic experience through offering member events and activities.
  • To provide an opportunity for HAC to represent and actively participate as part of a formal art structure.
  • To exhibit and sell personal artworks and show on a regular basis
  • To get involved in promoting art in the greater Overberg region and establishing Hermanus and the Overberg as an Art Hub.
  • To co-operate with any other society, having objectives like those of the HAC

Anybody interested in becoming an  active member of the HAC, may apply for membership.

Please contact our current Secretary, Lindi Wridgway for more information.

History of Hermanus Art Circle (HAC) from 2019

HAC BACKGROUND INFORMATION 2019

The Hermanus Art Circle (HAC) originated from the Vermont Art Circle in 2003 which expanded with numerous members from all over the Overberg, calling for a more inclusive name, the Hermanus Art Circle. 

HAC currently exhibits every first Friday of the month in the Auditorium next to the Whale Museum and participating in FynArts during June.  During December HAC support local charities by producing A5 paintings to be sold at A Night of a Thousand Drawings @ R100 each.

HAC proudly offers the public excellent artwork from various artists in the area at most reasonable prices.

History of Hermanus Art Circle (HAC) Est 2003

Hermanus Art Circle:

Looking back over 16 years since its inception:

""The VERMONT  Art Circle was initiated by Leonie van Loggerenberg and Sue Erasmus, together with a few artists from Vermont and Onrus. In 2003  they started exhibiting in their privately owned "The Farmyard Art Gallery and Framers", with two Bid-n-Buy art sales annually.

The VAC established a respectable art circle with a firm Code of Ethics and proper Constitution resulting in artworks of a very high standard.

We arranged and attended regular workshops and demos by well known artists, visits to neighbouring art shows and galleries and artists studios, doing plein air painting when weather allowed.

After "The Farmyard"closed down, we had exhibitions at various wine cellars, the Old Station building, Hornbill, Kalfiefees, Food n Wine Fairs, and some local restaurants. Come what may, we never closed down!!

For a brief period, between 2011 and 2012, we occupied the smallest gallery in town, the "Little Gallery"in the East Cliff shopping centre.

Since 2013 the VAC exhibited as a pop-up gallery in the PicknPay Centre and the Village Square.

Since its inception, the VAC has expanded and had now numerous members from all over the Overberg, calling for a more inclusive name, which we then changed to The Hermanus Art Circle. (HAC)

The HAC currently exhibits every first week-end of the month in the Annex to the Whale Museum, participating also in "FynArts".

The HAC proudly offers the public excellent artwork from various artists in the area at most reasonable prices.

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