Paul in studio

Building the Hout Bay studio




1st Studio in Hout Bay


When Paul started practising his art full-time, he used a small space at his home in Hout Bay to create his pieces. He soon started scaling his artworks, and when he painted the 4 large paintings ‘Food Fight Series’, he had to take the canvasses outside the studio, turn them and bring them in again to work at another angle.


Dream Studio in Hout Bay



Woodstock Studio


In 2010, Paul rented an industrial space in Woodstock, as he needed more space. He immediately started working on huge scale, creating his biggest painting as he moved into the space. One could feel the influence of having so much space on the works he created during the 3 years he works in Woodstock.


New York Studio


During this time, Paul rented a studio space in an industrial building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, New York City. He always dreamt of working more permanently in New York, and this gave him the opportunity of staying for longer and having his own space to create works and invite collectors to view his work. During this time, he did a few charity projects for The Lunchbox Fund, most notably the one-off book with Archbishop Desmond Tutu.



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