The Colour of Light at Irma Stern

The House Built in a Jacaranda Tree watercolour.

The House Built in a Jacaranda Tree watercolour by Pamela Silver is one of those presented by the Irma Stern Museum as part of the The Colour of Light exhibition.

It will run until Saturday February 24.

Ms Silver, born in Johannesburg and a graduate of the University of Cape Town, is an internationally acclaimed artist. She has exhibited in museums and galleries throughout the world.

Her artworks are in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Ben Uri Museum of Art, London; Museu de Ague da Epal, Lisbon; Tama Art University Museum, Tokyo; National Gallery in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe; Israel Museum; Tel Aviv Museum of Art; and the National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington.

The exhibition features watercolours, etchings and monotypes spanning memories of more than 50 years.

There will be an artist’s walkabout of the exhibition on Saturdays February 17 and 24 at 11am. For more information, email mary.vanblommestein@uct.ac.za