Category Archives: Paintings- Wildlife

Mel’s Wildlife Paintings…

Below is a link to some of Mel’s Wildlife Paintings: http://melelliott.wordpress.com/2012/08/29/wildlife-animals-and-bushveld-over-the-years/ Advertisements

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View Dale and Mels Nieuwoudtville Flower Exhibition online…

Dale and Mel are busy with their Nieuwoudtville Exhibition which runs until the 15th of September and should you not be able to get there you can view it online.    Their exhibit consists of +- 60 paintings of Nieuwoudtville and … Continue reading

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Exhibition by Mel Elliott- Cameos of the Overberg…

Villiersdorp Tourism is hosting an exhibition by local artist, Mel Elliott called cameos of the Overberg and it will run for the month.   Feel free to pop in to view Mel’s latest works of the Overberg and Villiersdorp.   He has … Continue reading

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Mel’s wildlife paintings…

 I was so inspired by the beauty of the ‘veld’ on our recent trip to the Kruger, and now I have been attempting quite a few bushveld scenes… Here is one of my latest paintings of the typical bend in … Continue reading

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Dale’s wildlife…

Dale often tackles wildlife as a subject and the Blue Cranes and Gemsbok are some of his favourite animals- Graceful and a true symbol of our beautiful natural heritage…

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