Bronwen Schalkwyk's art has been on exhibition many times over the years and with each, the eye and heart can expect to be delighted by a new level of brilliance shining through her work.

"To view Bronwen's work is to feel her art seep into your soul" - RP

Attend an art exhibition by Bronwen Schalkwyk and feel her art become part of your soul.


Bronwen Schalkwyk - Art Exhibitions

1987: Solo Exhibition - Dimitrie Gallery, Pretoria

2002: WSSA Branch Signatures –Group Exhibition

2003:WSSA Branch Signatures – Group Exhibition

2004: WSSA Branch Signatures – Group Exhibition

2004: WSSA 72nd National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2005: WSSA 74th National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2010: WSA 84th National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2011: WSA 86th National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2012: WSA Grand Prix Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2012: WSA 87th National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2012: ASA 1st National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2012: WSA 88th National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2013: WSA89th National Open Exhibition – Group Exhibition

2014: ART ALIVE – WHIPS – Group Exhibition

2015: Altered Realities – Group Exhibition – curated by Johan Conradie

2016: ART ALIVE – WHIPS – Group Exhibition

2016: Let there be Light – Group Exhibition – Art Box Gallery

2017: ART ALIVE – WHIPS – Group Exhibition

2017: Let there be Light – Group Exhibition – Art Box Gallery

2018: Magnified - Solo Exhibition – Art Box Gallery

2018: IWSSA - 2nd group exhibition - Grayston Gallery

2019: Bunny Hare-itage – group exhibition - Art Box Gallery

2019: IWSSA – 3rd group exhibition – Art Curator Gallery

2019: Chui ta kama – group exhibition – Johan van Heerden Gallery

2019: ART ALIVE – WHIPS – Group Exhibition

2019: How small can you go – Group Exhibition - Art Box Gallery

2019: IWSSA - 1st International Watermedia Festival – Group Exhibition – Art Curator Gallery

2019: Out in the Open – Group Exhibition – Johan van Heerden Gallery

"Nature never did betray / The heart that loved her"
- William Wordsworth