Rina Stutzer (born 1976) completed her BA (FA) at The University of Pretoria in 1999 and went on to complete her MA (FA) at the same university in 2007. Since graduation, she lectured part-time in painting and drawing in the Department of Visual Arts at the University of Pretoria. 

For the last few years, she has been focusing on her own creative process and production investigating both sculptural form and painting. In her recent paintings, she has been exploring painting with rust and patina as an everchanging image. She predominantly works with the ‘nomadic’ as a theme, exploring this within a South African context. Stutzer shows an enquiring mind and a dedication to the means of painting and the forms of sculpture that makes her one of the innovative artists of her generation.

Memory Migrants

The Beauty of Things Imperfect, Impermanent and Incomplete (A)

The Beauty of Things Imperfect, Impermanent and Incomplete (B)

The Beauty of Things Imperfect, Impermanent and Incomplete (C)