Four Art Locations

Four Art Locations

Eins Art Studios

ADDRESS: 5 SPOORWEG STREET

The studio is generally used by Stefanie herself who studied Fine Art at University in Berlin and completed her Master’s Degree in Lucerne, Switzerland in Art in public spheres. She holds workshops from time to time in drawing, painting, (intuitive, realistic, abstract) printmaking, paper mache and mosaic. The accommodation is available for workshop participants, art lovers, artists, tourists and long term tenants who would like some time off to create, read, meditate or just do “nothing”.

Imke Engelhard – Jewellery design
Milena Rottok -Drawings/Collage
Ilovu Homateni – Mixed media/ Graphic design
Stefanie Eins – Visual artist

Eins Art Studios

ADDRESS: 5 SPOORWEG STREET

The studio is generally used by Stefanie herself who studied Fine Art at University in Berlin and completed her Master’s Degree in Lucerne, Switzerland in Art in public spheres. She holds workshops from time to time in drawing, painting, (intuitive, realistic, abstract) printmaking, paper mache and mosaic. The accommodation is available for workshop participants, art lovers, artists, tourists and long term tenants who would like some time off to create, read, meditate or just do “nothing”.

Imke Engelhard – Jewellery design
Milena Rottok -Drawings/Collage
Ilovu Homateni – Mixed media/ Graphic design
Stefanie Eins – Visual artist

Art Atelier

ADDRESS: 15 AGAAT STREET

Thomas and Anette Mausberg bought this property in 2014 and renovated it by end of 2015. They decided to keep the outside walls but did a completely new and modern touch up inside! They also extended the house with a new, creative bedroom and tried to create an oasis in several meanings, in Omaruru.

Abniel Tangeni Enkali – Sculptor
Ras Gath – Sculptor
John Kalunda – Mixed Media Artist
Anette Meyer – Jewelry Art

Art Atelier

ADDRESS: 15 AGAAT STREET

Thomas and Anette Mausberg bought this property in 2014 and renovated it by end of 2015. They decided to keep the outside walls but did a completely new and modern touch up inside! They also extended the house with a new, creative bedroom and tried to create an oasis in several meanings, in Omaruru.

Abniel Tangeni Enkali – Sculptor
Ras Gath – Sculptor
John Kalunda – Mixed Media Artist
Anette Meyer – Jewelry Art

Omuntu Gardens

ADDRESS: 53 WILHELM ZERAUA ROAD

This house was turned into the countries only Sculpture & Peace Park by Hanne Alpers more than 10 years ago. Omuntu Gardens was officially inaugurated by the then honorable Prime Minister Nahas Angula in  September 12, 2009. Now Omuntu (Human Being) is turning a new page in its existence by art lover and enthusiast, Andrea Behnsen, who’s aim it is to continue its legacy. Inside Omuntu Gardens, you will be welcomed by a beautiful garden and wonderful energy made up of silence, tranquility and quietness.

Mateus Alfeus – Metal Sculpting
Margaret Courtney-Clarke – Photography
Lynette Diergaardt – Mixed Media Fiber artist
Mitchell Gatsi – Experimental sculptor
Actofel Ilovu
– Installation Artist
Paulus Kambinda
– Ceramicist
Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn
– Photography, installation and sculpture
Frieda Luehl
– Jewellery Designer
Nicky Marais
– Abstract Painter
Wilka Mumangeni
– Textile Designer
Sara Nekomba
– Textile Designer
Elisia Ngidishange
– Mixed media sculptor and print maker
Erik Schnack
– Installation artist
Ismael Shivute
– Metal sculptor

Omuntu Gardens

ADDRESS: 53 WILHELM ZERAUA ROAD

This house was turned into the countries only Sculpture & Peace Park by Hanne Alpers more than 10 years ago. Omuntu Gardens was officially inaugurated by the then honorable Prime Minister Nahas Angula in  September 12, 2009. Now Omuntu (Human Being) is turning a new page in its existence by art lover and enthusiast, Andrea Behnsen, who’s aim it is to continue its legacy. Inside Omuntu Gardens, you will be welcomed by a beautiful garden and wonderful energy made up of silence, tranquility and quietness

Mateus Alfeus – Metal Sculpting
Margaret Courtney-Clarke – Photography
Lynette Diergaardt – Mixed Media Fiber artist
Mitchell Gatsi – Experimental sculptor
Actofel Ilovu
– Installation Artist
Paulus Kambinda
– Ceramicist
Anne Lacheiner-Kuhn
– Photography, installation and sculpture
Frieda Luehl
– Jewellery Designer
Nicky Marais
– Abstract Painter
Wilka Mumangeni
– Textile Designer
Sara Nekomba
– Textile Designer
Elisia Ngidishange
– Mixed media sculptor and print maker
Erik Schnack
– Installation artist
Ismael Shivute
– Metal sculptor

Gallery 116

ADDRESS: 116 WILHELM ZERAUA ROAD

Gallery 116 is a dedicated photography gallery exhibiting the photographic work of Christopher L. Johnston, featuring an eclectic mix of landscapes, portraits and conceptual work. Historically the building was the Omaruru Dampf Bakery, parts of the original building are among the oldest in Omaruru, the first records of which are 1903. For the Omaruru Art Fair most of Johnston’s work will be taken down and in its place there will be an exhibition of Namibian artists, in various mediums.

Ndasuunye “Papa” Shikongeni – Visual Artist
Lok Kandjengo – Printmaking
Jacqui Jansen van Vuuren – Ceramics
Margaret Courtney-Clarke – Photography
Paul Kiddo – Artist
Julia Hango – Visual activist/ Performance artist
Chris Johnston – Photography

Gallery 116

ADDRESS: 116 WILHELM ZERAUA ROAD

Gallery 116 is a dedicated photography gallery exhibiting the photographic work of Christopher L. Johnston, featuring an eclectic mix of landscapes, portraits and conceptual work. Historically the building was the Omaruru Dampf Bakery, parts of the original building are among the oldest in Omaruru, the first records of which are 1903. For the Omaruru Art Fair most of Johnston’s work will be taken down and in its place there will be an exhibition of Namibian artists, in various mediums.

Ndasuunye “Papa” Shikongeni – Visual Artist
Lok Kandjengo – Printmaking
Jacqui Jansen van Vuuren – Ceramics
Margaret Courtney-Clarke – Photography
Paul Kiddo – Artist
Julia Hango – Visual activist/ Performance artist
Chris Johnston – Photography

Featured

Omaruru School of Art

ADDRESS: Wilhelm Zeraua Road, (Behind Shell Garage)

Omaruru School of Art, a NGO effort to provide art education to local school children.

Events

Events

Moon Mountain Film Society presents “Katatura
The place where we do not belong

10 May at 7pm

– Ozondje Community Hall
– N$ 10 entrance fee
– No children under 16 years/  For mature Audiences.

Join us at Erongo Mountain Winery for an opportunity to meet the artists and organizers of the Omaruru Art Fair 2019

11 May from 5pm till late

– Wine tastings, snacks or dinner available to order .
– Selected Art pieces will be exhibited.
Taxi Service call Peter: 081 270 9537 (All venues are pick-up stations)