Lorienne Lotz, Lay down your arms, OIl and charcoal on canvas, 100x120 cm FAC2243

(b. 1954 Bulawayo, Zimbabwe)

Lorienne Lotz currently lives and works in Cape Town. She completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Fine Art at Michaelis UCT 2013.  Lotz studied in the 1980’s under Bill Ainslie at the Johannesburg Art Foundation. Rose Shakinovsky and Claire Gavronsky (Rosenclaire’s) annual intensive workshops both in Italy and South Africa have been instrumental in forging a deeply intuitive material process with an awareness of a formal language.

Lotz was awarded a Sasol New Signatures Merit Award 2014. Her work is held locally and internationally in private and public collections including the Spier Collection and Elllerman House in Cape Town. Her work was well receieved at the Affordable Art Fair in Hamburg Germany 2015.


Solo Exhibitions

Thinking Out Loud, Everard Read, London, UK

Bated breath; Everard Read, Cape Town

Stru's Bob; Everard Read, Cape Town

Under erasure; Cubicle Series; Everard Read, Cape Town   

More than a pinch of salt; Youngblood, Cape Town                                     

Not written in stone; Commune 1, Cape Town

Making sense of no sense; Graduate show; Michaelis UCT


Group Exhibitions

2022/23 Winter Show; Everard Read London

2022 Summer Show; Everard Read London

2022/23 Summer Show; Everard Read Cape Town

2022 Winter Show; Everard Read Cape Town

2020/21 Summer Show; Everard Read Cape Town

2020 Winter Show; Everard Read Cape Town

2019 Conversations with Irma; Irma Stern Museum UCT

2019 Winter Show; Everard Read Cape Town

2016 Rose Korber’s Summer Salon; Provenance Auction House

2016 Winter Show; Everard Read

2015 Empire; Everard Read

2015 Winter Show; Everard Read

2015 Homage; Everard Read

2015 Modern Painting ll: Kalk Bay Modern

2015 Resonance and Wonder; SA Jewish Museum

2015 Art/Out of the ordinary; The AVA Gallery

2015 Hamburg 'Affordable' Art Fair

2015 Summer Show; Everard Read

2014 Modern Painting; Kalk Bay Modern

2014 Turbine Art Fair; Johannesburg

2013 My Mother’s Garden; Parts and Labour/ Arts on Main, Johannesburg

2012 Domestic Departures; Kalk Bay Modern