A Dialogue between Alex Learmont and Jill Trappler.   Jill Trappler sees her work as being like water. Fluid, yet caught between earth and sky, it flows as narrative, finding its way into vision and image. Like water her work … Read More

Drawing/painting weekend in Vermaklikheid

  Drawing/painting weekend in Vermaklikheid January 2020/ 24, 25 and 26 Jill Trappler and Ruth Loewenthal invite you attend a weekend drawing/painting/mixed media/collage workshop in Vermaklikheid. Jill and Ruth have worked together as teacher and “artists model” for many years. … Read More

What does it mean to be a ‘Weaver’?

Reflections on the Ashoka ‘Global Change Leaders’ gathering to promote transformative innovation in education (2 of 4) by Daniel Christian Wahl on A weaver is someone who knows how to bridge between the different silos and sectors of society. … Read More

Review of William (Bill) Ainslie 1934 – 1989.

Privately published by David and Jill Trappler. 2014   Bill Ainslie was killed in a motor collision in August 1989 when returning to Johannesburg from an art workshop at Pachipamwe, Zimbabwe. The paintings that he made there were posthumously exhibited … Read More

Gallery South Exhibitions

The notes below have been given to me from friends; they are informed by interactions that we had during my exhibition at Gallery South in Muizenberg. (February to May 2019.) Some the actual conversations have been transcribed by Claudia Braude … Read More

The way we heal by David Koloane

We dare not forget though, that when the body finally perishes, the bacteria emerge to do away with what of the body remains, signalling the cycle of life…