Blue Planet – Muizenberg

Blue Planet – Muizenberg

After spending a delightful morning/afternoon at the Muizenberg Art Festival (Oct 2017), we were on the way home and quickly popped in at the Blue Planet Fine Art studio. Oh My Gosh! It was a creative fest of note! I was bombarded with wild imaginations, vivid colours, various subject matter and sheer brilliance. The artwork was mind-blowing and inspiring. I wanted to rush back to In The Zone to paint.

Blue Planet is a signature gallery for artists Koos de Wet and Anastasia Sarantinou, but also set up for art classes & workshops where students paint on site and display their work. There seems to be a constant a flurry of eclectic creativity in a buzzy, friendly and infectious atmosphere. It’s contagious! I didn’t want to leave.

  

The work is bright, and happy and new and creative and interesting and different, and fun and energetic and I want some of it on my own walls. There’s such a variety that something should ‘speak’ to you. Bring your wallet, mine was sadly empty.

  

The Blue Planet’s gallery changes constantly so regular pop-ins are a must. Even if you don’t buy, but just want to have a look – it’s a feel-good-fun kind of place.

Blue Planet’s Facebook page: CLICK HERE

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  • “Fragile creatures of a small blue planet,
    surrounded by light years of silent space.”
    – Jeanette Winterson

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