Pizza Ladies Sign

“I had one of Caroline’s gates in my shop and it received so much positive attention that I decided to put a Caroline design on the roof of my restaurant/shop instead of the usual commercial signage. I asked Caroline to create something to reflect the warm open and welcoming vibe of Fynbos Enterprises …and she captured it brilliantly … no one can walk past my shop/restaurant and the joyous abundant dancing ladies on my roof without out cracking a smile and being drawn in !! ..they are doing their job !! and they give me so so much pleasure.” – Sunra Mostert, Fynbos Enterprises

Sign for Pizza Restaurant Fynbos Enterprises in Pringle Bay. Inspired by the amazing huge sculptures of outsider artist Niki De St. Phalle.

“What Caroline creates is something more than ordinary art – it creates an experience! When I look at her sign of the ladies at Fynbos Enterprises I am struck not only by how it adds beauty to the village, it also brings a feeling of fun and laughter. I love it!” – Elizabeth Bardin

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Knock on Wood Sign

Wall Plates

“Caroline’s beautiful metal creations are featured in my little courtyard. I love looking at the composition from various angles and in different lights. Caroline worked with elements and detail from the house interior and deftly wove the heart of those through the metal panels. It was a wonderful process working with Caroline. She is passionate and inspiring and that energy lives on in the final artwork.” – Charlotte Ewins, Cape Town


Wall Art

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Our Process

Ensuring your Metal Artwork fits you perfectly

The process of conceptualising, designing and manufacturing your artwork is an interactive and collaborative process between the client, the artist and artisan. This is necessary in order to successfully translate the initial imagery of what the client envisages into a piece of art.
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