Linda Wolf
"Paint effects has taken a new avenue in subtle natural tones. This modern and popular fashion is commonly recognized by soft cloudy effects, which can range from light to darker colours, it enhances a flat wall and gives life to any room. Be sure to contact Linda for colour consulting and effects."




Linda Wolf
Be sure to check the Portfolio section of the site for my latest work.


Linda Wolf was born in Cape Town, South Africa where she grew up on a smallholding in Constantia. She has 3 sisters. Linda rode horses competitively and learnt floristry in her grandmothers business, "Forget-Me-Nots Floristry and School or Floral Design".

Linda taught floristry with her mother from a young age and numerous awards in floral design and horse riding. She has always had her strongest passion for art and inherited this talent from her father and grandmother. Linda matriculated and went on to study Graphic Design. Her works lead her into Textile Designing where she mastered her technique in painting florals.

Linda lived in Australia where she designed a range of children's clothing with an original label, done by Linda, Called Ozoo Designs. This she sold to a manufacturing company in Perth, Australia. Moving back to South Africa, Linda developed her talent in Fine Art and Murals.

Linda has worked throughout South Africa doing commissioned and gallery work which she has sold Nationally and Internationally in Australia, England and America. Her work is well recognized to have a strong Botanical understanding with an Impressionistic Flair. There always seems to be an element of Fantasy combined with Reality in her work. Colour and light are true as with movement and Life!

Linda is currently living in Cape Town, South Africa and is a proud mother. Contact her on +27 72 152 6246





Main exhibitor applications are now open
It is that exciting time of the year again when exhibitors are able to apply for their stand at INDABA.

Applications will be open from 1 August to 15 September 2010.

Brody Picasso
Sale of Brody Picasso for $106.5 million (£70.2 million) sets new world record for most expensive work of art sold at auction

The much loved artist Mark Hipper dies 1960 - 2010
Mark Hipper the great controversial and much loved artist has died at home in Grahamstown yesterday of what appears to be natural causes related to a collapsed lung.