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Eat Paint Love Festival goes bold for 2015 edition

Posted on December 3, 2015.

© Teigue Blokpoel Photography

The ArtMode EAT PAINT LOVE Festival in Cape Town is back with a new edition featuring an impressive line-up of artists performing their art live. Taking place at Palms in Woodstock, the ArtMode are festival opens on the 12 December 2015 and features amazing food, music and incredible art installations.

With a collective of organizations such as VANSA, Cape Town Partnership and PANSA, the event will offer art that appeals to everyone, from sculptors such as Janko de Beer, Gabrielle Alberts and Gerhard van Eck, paintings by Alvira and Alouette Ferreira, Isabella Chydenius, Katharina Berner and graffiti art by Wayne Banks. Driven by the artistic heart and fuelled by the power of Hunters Extreme BOLD, the EAT PAINT LOVE Festival brings to life the artist in you.

Artmode has partnered with Hunters Extreme who recently launched NEW Hunters Extreme Bold with Guarana. Hunters Extreme Bold is all about refreshing those who #GOBOLD and share our passion for creative expression and visual art. The EAT PAINT LOVE Festival aims to bring BIGGER artists that are BOLDER than the rest and a festival BETTER than the last.

© Teigue Blokpoel Photography

Artists featured include:

Illustrators

Marlize Eckard, Catherine Holtzhausen, Lauren Brits, Sabrina Rupprecht and Nastasha Sale.

Graffiti

Wayne Bks and Mr Migo.

Sculpture

Janko de Beer, Gabrielle Alberts and Gerhard van Eck.

Painting

Frans Smit, Andy Nauro, Alvira and Alouette Ferreira, Isabella Chydenius, Katharina Berner, Riaan van Zyl, Tauriqu Looter, Adele van Heerden, Holmes Jansen, Zach Mukwira, Ezan Vercueil, Cheriann Silverwolf and Robyn Pretorius.

Mosaic

Marcelino Manhula

Installation

Sangisa Collective and Janet Ranson.

Performance

Sangisa Collective and Viccy Wanliss

Charcoal

Callum Pickard

Event details:

Where: The Palms in Woodstock, Cape Town. Date: 12 December 2015. Time: 18:00 till late.

Tickets cost R60 at the door; R40 pre-sold through WebTickets

For more information, visit www.artmode.co.za.


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