Art Experiences

Ibis Gallery (16 Bath Street, Montagu)

For many years now Carolyn Metcalfe has lived and worked across the road from a breeding colony of water birds (one of Montagu's well-known landmarks) and she has observed, been involved with and come to love the Sacred Ibis. Given their beauty and grace, their significance in mythology and her love for them, Ibis Gallery seemed the inevitable and not at all prosaic choice.

Ceramics: "I work exclusively in earthenware, producing large, richly decorated maiolica bowls, crosses, also garden pots and rustic terracotta cooking ware as well as Provencal style pottery. I hand throw and decorate everything myself". Art: Paintings in oils, water colours and drawings. Subjects are landscapes, still life, animal studies and portraits. I accept commissions for the latter.”

Kupenda Art Gallery

Creating a space for African Artist and their various forms of Art.

KWV Art Gallery (cnr Kohler and Long Streets)

The KWV buildings on the corner of Long and Kohler Streets are fine examples of historical, industrial architecture in a rural area. Here you can view a permanent collection of agricultural vehicles and implements in the enclosed courtyard behind the complex, as well as Art & Artefacts in the recently opened KWV Art Gallery.

Hicks Gallery (9 Joubert Street, Montagu)

Richard & Joy Hickman have turned their home at 9 Joubert Street, Montagu, into a fine art gallery, which is open seven days a week from 8am to 6pm, except for emergencies. Beside his own work, various artists’ works are also on display. This is ideal for souvenirs for the traveller. Paintings can be taken without frames, and or, packaged and posted worldwide if necessary.