vibrant, colourful and evocative work of Estelle Kenyon is influenced by people in their natural
Her paintings are mostly of women.
Estelle Kenyon graduated
with a B.A. Ed Fine Arts from the University of Pretoria in 1987.
She has had numerous exhibitions in South Africa and her
works have been collected by institutions and private collectors
in South Africa, Africa, Europe and the US.
• Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Zaire
• Rand Merchant
Bank, South Africa
French Embassy, South Africa
• French Embassy, Namibia
• Harvard Business
School, Boston, United States
Collection, South Africa
Private Collections, Germany
• Private Collection, Portugal
• Private Collection, Switzerland
Private Collection, Colorado, United States
Canadian Embassy, Canada
• KWV Cultivaria, South Africa
• Anant Singh, South Africa
Heritage House, Pretoria, December
Ardvark Gallery, Johannesburg, October
Sanlam Cultural Centre, Rustenburg,
Gallery Plett, Plettenburg Bay, December
Vincent Art Gallery, Stellenbosch,
Art Images, Park Horst, Johannesburg,
Cape Gallery, Cape Town, June 2008
K.W.V Cultivara, Paarl, August 2008
Artscape, Hardy Botha & Jan Vermeieren, Cape Town, March 2010
Grand Provence, Franschhoek, December 2011 - January 2012
The Art Business, Beyond the Skin, Piketberg, August 2012
Karen McKerron Gallery, Johannesburg, 1993. Exhibited 12 oils
on canvas, average size 1.5 x 1.8.m.
Karen Mckerron Gallery, November 1994. Exhibited 8 oils on canvas,
average size 1.2 x 1.7m.
Dorp Street Gallery, Stellenbosch, June 2004.
Permanent Exhibition - Lord Charles Hotel, Somerset West 2010