Claudette Schreuders carves statues from Jacaranda wood and paints them with enamel. http://www.claudetteschreuders.com/sculptures/

Carved and painted wood sculpture of three women standing side-by-side, each holding a figure. The figure on the left holds a head, the figure in the middle holds a small male figure, the figure on the right holds a baby.

Claudette Schreuders lives and works in Cape Town, where she graduated with a master’s degree from the Michaelis School of Fine Art in 1998. She was part of the Liberated Voices exhibition at the Museum for African Art in New York in 1999 and had a solo show “Burnt by the Sun” at the Jack Shainman Gallery in New York (2001).

black and white - woman with birds - figurative sculpture - Claudette Schreuders

Claudette Schreuders, 1995, Jelutong and jacaranda wood, enamel and oil paint, leather, 63 x 44 x 86cm

Claudette Schreuders, Jelutong and jacaranda wood, enamel and oil paint, leather, 63 x 44 x

Claudette Schreuders

Claudette Schreuders

Claudette Schreuders

I was just reminded of the sculpture of Claudette Schreuders the other day when I came across a booklet of her work that was in a pile of ra.

Claudette Schreuders

Claudette Schreuders Abba, 2010 avocado wood, lime wood, enamel and oil paint 79 x 31 x

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Clauette Schreuder

Born in 1973 in Pretoria, Claudette Schreuders lives and works in Cape Town, where she graduated with a master’s degree .

Claudette Schreuders

Claudette Schreuders

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