Saturday, July 27, 2019

Southapedia Mural Festival - Durban, South Africa

We are proud to announce the first official Southapedia Mural Festival in the heart of Durban! Southapedia is an arts initiative, and we believe public art is a powerful and important tool to inspire and ignite communities. This festival will run over two weeks, incorporating seven of Durban and Cape Town's artists, each with their own unique vision and style, creating original murals on three different walls. In
addition, a workshop will be held with the local community, which will give the youth the opportunity to be introduced to graphic design, illustration and muralism.

Schools and Universities are welcome to do a free tour on their own accord between 9 am and 4 pm daily in the times indicated below. A movie screening will be announced shortly after the final production of murals. The public is invited to come by and watch the process of the murals unfold, and please do feed the artists:) If you would like to discover more about where the murals will be going up, please follow the @southapedia Instagram account where all will be revealed soon. Any questions, please DM (@southapedia) or send an email to: southapedia@gmail.com and visit www.southapedia.com

At a later stage a guided tour of the murals will be made available and all proceeds will go towards further commissioned murals.

Selected Artists:

@paul_senyol - Cape Town
@mook_lion - Durban
@waynebks - Cape Town
@blessing_samukelo - Durban
@resoborg - Durban
@creativejunkiesfoundation -Durban
Gabriel Katsande - Durban

Mural Production Schedule:

Paul Senyol + Wayne Beukes

29 July - 02 August

Mook Lion + Creative Junkies Foundation

29 July - 02 August

Resoborg / Gabriel Katsande / Blessing Samukelo

29 July - 10 August

Videographer:

@snoop_media

We are highly appreciative of the following partners and sponsors to help make this grassroots program possible. Sean Stretch from @openplanstudio , @innovatedurban @nathaniyer from www.Iyer.co.za,
@happyhippodurban @studio3durban , Alan Burke, @nacsouthafrica and
@jamclothingsa

#mural #streetart #muralism #illustration #art #artist #muralist #muralfestival

Wednesday, July 10, 2019

‘Markers’ - Quick time-lapse of my mural in the gallery

‘Markers’ - A solo show
Quick time-lapse of my mural in the gallery.
Presented by David Krut Projects in collaboration with Salon Ninety One (@salon91art)
Open at 142A Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood until 14 July 2019
Visit DKP during gallery hours to view the show!
Open Weekdays from 9am - 5pm and Saturdays 9am - 4pm.


Monday, July 8, 2019

David Krut Podcast: Artist Series Episode 28: Paul Senyol - Markers

The latest episode of the David Krut Podcast is out now! Link below ;)
https://soundcloud.com/paul-senyol/artist-series-e28-paul-senyol-markers
Artist Series Episode 28: Paul Senyol - Markers

In this episode, I sat down with Britt Lawton from the David Krut Gallery the day of the opening for ‘Markers’ - a solo showcase in collaboration with  Salon Ninety One. We speak about the inspiration behind my creative flow and works featured in the current showcase at the David Krut Gallery titled 'Markers'. Be sure to visit ‘Markers’ at 142A Jan Smuts Ave, Parkwood. Open Tuesday - Friday 9am to 5pm and Saturdays 9am to 4pm.
#DavidKrutProjects #DavidKrutPodcast #Markers #PaulSenyol #Salon91 #Artoftheday #Abstract #Podcast #Art #ArtLovers #StreetArt #Painting #Painters #Inspiration #Creative #CapeTown #Johannesburg #RVCA #ANP #2019

Tuesday, June 18, 2019

’Markers’ Paul Senyol solo exhibition at David Krut Projects

An exhibition in association with Salon Ninety One

20 June to 13 July 2019
OPENING Date: 20 June 2019; from 6 – 8 pm
142A Jan Smuts Avenue, Parkwood, Johannesburg
Gallery Hours: Tuesday to Friday 9am to 5pm; Saturdays 9am to 4pm

Within daily life and one’s movements through space, there are certain (sometimes recurring) moments, shapes or forms that come to punctuate our existence in place. Markers is Paul Senyol’s latest musing on these impressions shaped by fluidity and movement. The works draw on the ways that people insert themselves into the material nature of space. Carving one’s name into a tree, graffiti scratchings on a bus stop, Mile Stones erected by the Romans or Portuguese crosses constructed by the early explorers at various landing sites. These acts of personal cartography are related to the artist’s own process of mark making which functions as a cartographic reference point in paint on canvas in face of the mutability of life in motion.

Paul Senyol is an abstract painter who reflects the details of everyday life, paired down to an empathy with colour, line and form. His work is a carefully crafted response to his wonderings through various spaces. The colours and textures of urban and natural environments inform his spontaneous practice in the studio. Skateboarding emerged as a gateway to early creative works on the street and remains an important part of Senyol’s experience of urban spaces. His unique visual language is founded on the inevitable change and flux in environments and his works are testament to the translation of experiences into form.

For more information contact: info-jhb@davidkrut.com or call +27(0)11 880 6368



‘Part of Trees’
mixed media on Canvas
1200mm x 1000mm
Box mounted canvas
Price available on request


‘Resonance’
mixed media on Canvas
1200mm x 1000mm
Box mounted canvas
Price available on request

Monday, June 10, 2019

Regarding Winter - Salon Ninety One, mid-year group show, 12 June - 13 July



‘Annual Gatherings’
mixed media on Canvas
460mm x 400mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Collective’
mixed media on Canvas
690mm x 600mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Falling Leaves’
mixed media on Canvas
775mm x 900mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Forest Floor’
mixed media on Canvas
900mm x 775mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Riverbed’
mixed media on Canvas
600mm x 690mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Seven Stars’
mixed media on Canvas
400mm x 460mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Sundays’
mixed media on Canvas
330mm x 290mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request


‘Winter Whisper’
mixed media on Canvas
330mm x 290mm
Float Framed in Kiaat
Price available on request

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Investec Cape Town Art Fair 2019 - Salon Ninety One gallery, Booth B10



‘Ceremony’
mixed media on Canvas
1030mm x 1230mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Choir of Vandals’
mixed media on Canvas
1430mm x 1530mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Further Sun’
mixed media on Canvas
875mm x 825mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Galaxy Unknown’
mixed media on Canvas
875mm x 825mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Heath’
mixed media on Canvas
445mm x 425mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Manifesto’
mixed media on Canvas
445mm x 425mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘In Our Days’
mixed media on Canvas
1230mm x 1030mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘String of Verses’
mixed media on Canvas
425mm x 455mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Still Life’
mixed media on Canvas
425mm x 445mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Reception’
mixed media on Canvas
1230mm x 1030mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request


‘Postcards To Japan’
mixed media on Canvas
1430mm x 1530mm
Float Framed in Maple
Price available on request

Monday, September 17, 2018

Recollectionary - Preview



‘According’
mixed media on Linen
800mm x 690mm
Box Mounted
Price available on request


‘Author’
mixed media on Linen
1275mm x 1100mm
Framed in Ash
Price available on request


‘Caretaker’
mixed media on Linen
1275mm x 1100mm
Framed in Ash
Price available on request


‘Grammar of Belief’
mixed media on Canvas
1380mm x 1600mm
Framed in Ash
Price available on request


‘Margymnal’
mixed media on Canvas
1200mm x 1000mm
Framed in Ash
Price available on request