Jill Trappler’s “Unfolding Her” is an exhibition about individuality or the search for individuality. Permeating through the fabrics, canvases and threads are signs for borders and traversal of those that the artist negotiates. Stitched in the crevices and lines of … Read More
Jill strokes the brightly coloured tablecloth, gazing at nothing in particular. Deep blue paint is lodged under her chipped finger nails. A weaver by trade, a painter at heart, Jill Trappler has been working in Cape Town as a visual … Read More
Monday morning sessions at Ruth Prowse school start on the 6th of February and continue through to 10th April 2017. (no class on the 20th March) Please see details about the sessions in the 2016 information.
By Keren Bauman AVA, Cape Town 01.09.2016 – 01.10.2016 The saying, enough is enough, is what comes to mind after viewing the collaborative exhibition ‘Half Light and Shadow’ by Jill Trappler and Eunice Geustyn. The violent heavily symbolic content of … Read More
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Dear Summer School participant It is with pleasure that we announce that our Summer school 2017 brochure is on line. Please note that Summer School takes place from Monday 16 to Friday 27 January. Please use the link below: http://www.summerschool.uct.ac.za/ … Read More
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You are invited to An exhibition of new work by Jill Trappler Unfolding into Spring Opening Saturday, 8 October 2016 at 11am Irma Stern Museum, Rosebank, Cape Town http://www.irmasternmuseum.org.za/bulk_messaging/2016_09a_invite.htm Jill Trappler | Eclipse
The fact that visual art has the ability to communicate beyond words, almost in ‘another language’, gives it almost always the emotional edge when the subject is about painful issues or about the deeper human condition. In this regard the … Read More