Inspired by an exploration of the fynbos that grows on Elsies Peak, part of the Table Mountain biosphere. Arabella Caccia’s Elsie’s Peak series draws on the colours of the fynbos, as seen from the angle of a plant looking out […]
Featuring Arabella Caccia and Jessica Bailey, this sound and paint performance was filmed at Everard Read Franschhoek. Production Credits Director/DOP: Jack Daniel Mason 2nd Camera: Martina Monti Sound Design: Benjamin McCarthy Editor: Jack Daniel Mason
Into the Light is an exhibition of Arabella’s recent work. It is inspired by an exploration of patterns found in the play of light and dark on natural forms. Her paintings and sculptures use an abstract language of semi-symbolic glyphs […]
Part of the Everard Read Franschhoek 2017 exhibition, this sculpture is one of the Five Elements (Fire, Air, Water, Earth and Wood). The concept is that they stand together in a circle separated by enough space to walk between them. […]
My fascination with patterns found in bark has extended to the kinds of patterns made by the erosion of rock formations . In April I visited Nature’s Valley where I took silicon moulds of some of the pitted and striated […]
At my studio at 11 Windsor Road, we have formed The Kalk Bay Artist’s Collective, we are 4 artists, Chris Bladen, Jean Tiran, Pete Strydom and myself. There are studios, a foundry and an exhibition space. Please have a look […]
On Saturday 22nd October at 7 pm Arabella will discuss the evolution of her tree inspired sculptures from the Silver trees to the Ultramarine Glyph .
Please join us for the opening of the Self – I group exhibition on Saturday, 10th September at 11h00. The works I have on this show pose the question of the significance of the self in […]