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Wallpaper Installation at Morton and Partners Radiology Department in the newly built NETCARE Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital in Cape Town (December 2016)

8 pieces selected for wallpaper and a a number of my  limited edition prints framed and hung.


In collaboration with SmartArt  I now have a selection of artworks used primarily in this commercial  manner. Contact SmartArt  to see my selection or request a quote.

Launch of my fynbos prints  at the pop-up shop NATURALIS, Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock .

Thank you to curator and  interior designer Sandalene Dale Roberts. (November 2016)

My limited edition archival pigment prints are produced by Art Assist.

26 Piece Commission for Luke Dale Roberts x The Saxon, Johannesburg.

Oil and Pigment Ink on Paper (May 2016)

© Shaune Rogatschnig shaune@mybrushwithlife.co.za

Mail: shaune@mybrushwithlife.co.za


Thank you to South African Society of Artists (SASA), Constantiaberg Art Society, The Muizenberg Festival organisers, SASA Art in the Park, Art Portfolio and Art SA for the many and continued opportunities to exhibit.

I am grateful for the continued support from the following galleries:

Chameleon Gallery at The Orange Building, 64 Main Road, Kalk Bay,Cape Town

Lindy van Niekerk Gallery, Durbanville

Red The Gallery, Reddam Centre, Steenberg. Click here

Robertson Art Gallery, Robertson Visit the online gallery

MAKIWA Gallery, Franschoek, Cape Town.

Thank you to

Luke Dale Roberts for purchasing Protea in White for the top landing of The Shortmarket Club

Thank you to an amazing lady who trusted my work


The largest painting I have completed to date

150 x 250 cm

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Thank you to the South African Artist magazine for its generous spread of my work  in Issue No. 24. Collected my copy while on holiday in Namibia. Quite a moment for me (if not a little scary).

‘Cargo Gold’ received Highly Commended  at the SASA 112th Annual Exhibition in 2018