San-Maré Raubenheimer

 Born: 1984, Springbok, Northern Cape  San-Maré Raubenheimer matricaulated at Swellendam High School in 2002. After school she went and studied Fine Art at Stellenbosch University. In 2006 she obtained her BA Fine Art from the university with distinction. After obtaining her degree she also received a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from Unisa in 2008, also with distinction. In 2006 she entered the Sasol New Signatures Art Competition, where she was a finalist. After her studies she went into teaching for a few years. In 2010 she decided to dedicate all her time into fulfilling her lifetime passion of becoming a full-time artist. San-Maré works in oils and enjoys painting figures and portraits. She is fascinated by the human psyche and body and often portrays the fragility of the human condition in a sincere, intimate yet confrontational manner. She uses paint as paint as a medium to actually “mould” the subject matter. By playing close attention to detail she attempts to maintain the fragile, sensitive and tactile quality of skin and the character of her subject matter.
Artist CV
San-Maré Raubenheimer Born: 1984, Springbok Studies: 2002 – Matriculated from Swellendam High School 2006 – BA Fine Art (University of Stellenbosch) 2008 – Postgraduate Certificate in Education (Unisa) Achievement and Experience Profile: 2006: Finalist – Sasol New Signatures Art Competition : Passed with distinction in fourth year of studies 2007: Commenced studies at Unisa whilst working as a gallery assistant in Johannesburg 2008 – 2009: Passed PGCE with distinction :High School Visual Art teacher 2010: Finalist – Vuleka Art Competition : Commenced career as full-time professional artist San-Maré works in oil and enjoys painting figures and portraits. She is fascinated by the human psyche and body and often portrays the fragility of the human condition in a sincere, intimate yet confrontational manner. She uses paint as a medium to actually “mould” the subject matter. By paying close attention to detail she attempts to maintain the fragile, sensitive and tactile quality of skin and the character of her subject matter. San-Maré Raubenheimer San-Maré Raubenheimer San-Maré Raubenheimer San-Maré Raubenheimer