Table Mountain I & II

  • Lana Art, Lana Venter de Villiers, Acrylic on Canvas, Landscape Art, South African Artist
    wTable Mountain from Bloubergstrand
  • Lana Art, Lana Venter de Villiers, Acrylic on Canvas, Landscape Art, South African Artist
    Table Mountain With Flowers

I – Table Mountain from Bloubergstrand: FOR SALE: R7600      Size: ± 61×91,5×3,5cm / 24x36x1,5″

II – Table Mountain with Flowers: SOLD      Size: ± 61×91,5×3,5cm / 24x36x1,5″

International Payments Accepted.  Payment details at the bottom of the Page.  Shipment fees are not included.

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Artwork Description:

These two Artworks on Table Mountain I did while I still had the eye infection.  Table Mountain from Bloubergstrand came first and was a real test, but also a huge victory!
At first it was a real struggle.  It took me a long time to adapt to painting with one functional eye and the other covered and hurting.  Have you ever tried to catch a ball while keeping one eye closed?  If you have, then you will know that you lack depth perception and will probably miss it.  This is due to the fact that you no longer have binocular vision.  Binocular vision is when the field of view of your two eyes are overlapping, allowing good perception of depth (Google Word Definition, 2017).  This ability is mostly needed for judging distances within an arms length.
The brain is an amazingly adaptable organ.  By now I am fairly used to working in this way as I still lack normal depth perception.  Most people can’t tell that I can’t judge close distances very well unless they try to hand me a cup of coffee in mid air!!
These artworks both portray Table Mountain.  Whenever I am privileged enough to be in Cape Town I can’t resist climbing it!  There are few places on earth that can compare in terms of breathtaking views!  When I started with these two artworks, my journey of fighting for my eye sight had only just begun and I felt like I needed to set a challenge for myself that could run apart, but also parallel to my physical battle – something that could take my view off of my situation.
I was also celebrating the fact that we could save my right eye.  In a sense I had to prove to myself that I could still paint even without my left eye.  Ironically, both of these works have a strong focus on perspective and detail
Table Mountain from Bloubergstrand: As the first of the two, I also call it Spes Bona (good hope) as I had to keep good hope that things will get better.  It shows Table Mountain with an early morning sky and the waves crashing right in front of you.  Mist still lies on the ‘sleeping’ city while the sun rises and its rays reflect off of the water.
Table Mountain with Flowers: Table Mountain is the backdrop to small, flower-filled shrubbery.  The viewers eyes move from the detail in the foreground over the sea to where the sky meets the mountain and ocean at the back.  The cloud pattern and mist on the horison emphasises the mountain even more.  There is something fascinating about this artwork as the use of colour and detail keeps you eye on the move.
Read more about my eye infection & surgery.

Payment Options

Once you have decided on an artwork(s) that you would like to buy – send me an email so that I can keep it for you.  My Contact details are at the bottom of the page.

How do I make a payment? What are the options?

  1. Incremental Payments
  2. Local (South African) Payments
  3. International Payments
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1. Incremental Payments

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If you would like to pay off an artwork over a 3 month period:
– From the Featured Art Gallery: 1st month 40%, 2nd & 3rd month 30% each
– Ordered Artwork: A non-refundable deposit of 40% of the quoted total price is payable at the start of the project. The outstanding amount of the total needs to be paid once the work is completed and before collection. This 60% can be paid as a once-off amount OR over a two month period (1st month 40%, 2nd & 3rd month 30% each.)

2. Local (South African) Payment Details:

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An EFT transfer or cash is accepted.
Please contact me via the Contact Form at the bottom of the page so that I can send you an invoice & my banking details.  We can then also discuss the  collection details / shipment (and its additional charges).

3. International Payments:

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International Payments to Lana Art is received through PayFast*  The Price listed is in South African Rand.  The Payment via Payfast will also take place in Rand (ZAR).  I suggest you check the value of the Rand in comparison to your own local currency in order for you to have an estimate of what the artwork will cost you.  The South African Rand is not a very strong currency.
As this is an international payment there will most probably be additional shipment and handling fees.
Please email me through the form down below.  Indicate which artwork you would like to purchase and what physical address I should use in order to inquire regarding shipment details and costs.  I will then come back to you with the total amount due.  Once we have reached an agreement I will send you an email payment request via PayFast.  I look forward to hearing from you.
*What is Payfast: PayFast is a payments processing service for South African websites. Payfast enables easy, secure and instant transfer of money from online buyers to sellers. Payfast renders a service similar to that of PayPal.

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  PLEASE NOTE:

No Shipment & Handling fees are included in the listed prices of the artworks.  If you are unable to collect your artwork in person, then please note that using a courier will result in additional charges in line with reputable courier companies.   No artwork can be collected unless the total amount has been paid.

• June 14, 2016

One Response to Table Mountain I & II

  1. Debbie Swinton says:

    Ongelooflike kunsstuk! Veral gesien in die lig van die omstandighede.

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