Karin Preller is a Johannesburg based artist. After a relatively brief career in law, she completed a BA(FA) degree at Unisa and an MA(FA) at the University of the Witwatersrand. She worked as a full time lecturer in Art History at Unisa in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, and as lecturer in Critical Studies and practical teaching at the Greenside Design Center College of Design. At present she is a full time artist and works from her home in Melville.

Karin Preller is a Johannesburg based artist. After a relatively brief career in law, she completed a BA(FA) degree at Unisa and an MA(FA) at the University of the Witwatersrand. She worked as a full time lecturer in Art History at Unisa in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, and as lecturer in Critical Studies and practical teaching at the Greenside Design Center College of Design. At present she is a full time artist and works from her home in Melville.

karin preller 'Maraisburg'

karin preller 'Maraisburg'

Karin Preller is a Johannesburg based artist. After a relatively brief career in law, she completed a BA(FA) degree at Unisa and an MA(FA) at the University of the Witwatersrand. She worked as a full time lecturer in Art History at Unisa in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, and as lecturer in Critical Studies and practical teaching at the Greenside Design Center College of Design. At present she is a full time artist and works from her home in Melville.

Karin Preller is a Johannesburg based artist. After a relatively brief career in law, she completed a BA(FA) degree at Unisa and an MA(FA) at the University of the Witwatersrand. She worked as a full time lecturer in Art History at Unisa in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, and as lecturer in Critical Studies and practical teaching at the Greenside Design Center College of Design. At present she is a full time artist and works from her home in Melville.

Karin Preller

Karin Preller

Karin Preller- South African artist

Karin Preller- South African artist

Karin Preller is a Johannesburg based artist. After a relatively brief career in law, she completed a BA(FA) degree at Unisa and an MA(FA) at the University of the Witwatersrand. She worked as a full time lecturer in Art History at Unisa in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, and as lecturer in Critical Studies and practical teaching at the Greenside Design Center College of Design. At present she is a full time artist and works from her home in Melville.

Karin Preller is a Johannesburg based artist. After a relatively brief career in law, she completed a BA(FA) degree at Unisa and an MA(FA) at the University of the Witwatersrand. She worked as a full time lecturer in Art History at Unisa in the Department of Art History and Visual Arts, and as lecturer in Critical Studies and practical teaching at the Greenside Design Center College of Design. At present she is a full time artist and works from her home in Melville.

An untitled work by Karin Preller, who painstakingly replicates old family snapshots on canvas, injecting them with new life and meaning.

An untitled work by Karin Preller, who painstakingly replicates old family snapshots on canvas, injecting them with new life and meaning.

Queen Elizabeth Bridge 3, Karin Preller

Queen Elizabeth Bridge 3, Karin Preller


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