Pauline Fine is a well known artist who is active in the Scenic South both as an artist and as co-cordinater of the `Artists of the South’ monthly exhibitions in Simon’s Town. Pauline and her friend and fellow artist Lorette, founded the `Artists of the South’ in 2008 to promote and showcase local talent.
Pauline was born in England where she trained as a nursing sister. She immigrated to South Africa with her husband in 1973.
She has pursued a lifelong passion for art and is mainly self-taught. Pauline has attended various workshops around South Africa, and specialises in oils, pencils, and mixed media.
Her exhibitions include: The East African Biennial 2003 and various galleries in Tanzania 2003- 2005; The VEO Gallery in Cape Town in March 2004;
Simon’s Town Art Group exhibitions 2003 -2010.
The South African Society of Artists Annual Kirstenbosch Exhibition since 2001. She was awarded the prize for best drawing in the 101st exhibition in 2007.
Pauline is co- founder of ‘Artists of the South’ monthly exhibitions in Simon’s Town from 2008 which showcases the work of local artists.
Animal portraits; still life; botanical drawings and African landscapes in all mediums and her work is included in various collections worldwide.
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