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David Hemer - "Waterhole - Kalahari Gemsbok Park"

"Waterhole - Kalahari Gemsbok Park"

Waterhole - Kalahari Gemsbok Park
Acrylic on Canvas, US$ 2,190

Waterhole - Kalahari Gemsbok Park

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Acrylic on Canvas

W: 750mm x H: 380mm x D: 25mm
W: 30" x H: 15" x D: 1"

This work is framed (but can be supplied either framed or unframed)


US$ 2,190 SOLD


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About "Waterhole - Kalahari Gemsbok Park"

The vastness of the landscape and the beauty and loneliness and beauty of the place contrasted with the man-made windmill.

David Hemer

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About David

David Hemer

David was born in Johannesburg, South Africa and started painting in his early teens. After matriculating at Parktown Boys[0x1] High School, he studied for a degree of Bachelor of Architecture and graduated at the University of the Witwatersrand and still practises as a professional architect. David is completely self-taught and continued painting throughout his student days.

In early days when he started painting seriously, he concentrated on watercolours and had many exhibitions of his watercolour paintings. In later years he started exploring with Acrylics and now focuses mainly on that medium.

David's love for nature, the sea, fishing, travel, together with his professional qualification as an architect all allow him to portray many different emotions in his work. He uses different techniques to capture the effects of light, colours, textures and reflections to portray a certain mood. His particular strength is the use of these techniques to paint both water and the sky. He often integrates his architectural foundation with his love for nature by incorporating characterful buildings into some of his landscape scenes. He has a passion for painting and it reflects in his work.

He greatly admires and takes inspiration from the work of the South African artist John Meyer.

Price Range

US$ 1,642-4,599



David has exhibited locally and recently in Pretoria with the Architects as Artist Exhibition. Over and above the many collections in South Africa, he also has paintings in private collections in Australia, Ireland and Canada to name a few. David paints in his studio at home and wants to continue living his passion until nature stops him from doing so.


Bachelor of Architecture (Wits)

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