Lives Transformed!
Lives Transformed!

Lives Transformed!

Thank you Hand Eye Magazine for the lovely article on Ardmore.

The Queen of England has one at Balmoral Castle presented by the president of South Africa; so does the Queen of Malaysia; and the Obamas had one at the White House.  The Empress of Japan got a baboon platter from the Speaker of the South African National Assembly; former South African First Lady Zanele Mbeki bought a leopard urn; while a bowl was used to illustrate a South African postage stamp.


Wonder Woman!
Wonder Woman!

Wonder Woman!

In celebration of Woman’s month we would like to introduce our very own Wonder woman, Nombulelo Happiness Sibisi. Happiness has been with Ardmore for 13 years and has become an integral part of the Ardmore team. Her love for each piece as well as the artists always shines through in her work ethic.

In 2010, Happiness travelled to Miami in the U.S as well as to Russia, which experiences she says she will treasure forever.

We asked Happiness to give other single mothers, like herself, some motivation: “The advice I can give to women, especially women from my society (with a poor background like myself) is to never look down on yourself, always pursue your dreams, never be scared to start a new challenge no matter how hard it looks. We as women may look soft on the outside but we have the strongest inner-strength. Let’s use this gift to full-fill our dreams and carry on doing the best for our homes and our families. I say the sky is the limit, there is nothing to stop us, lets us not allow even poverty to stop us from doing what we love and what we believe in.”


Celebrating Womens Day!
Celebrating Womens Day!

Celebrating Womens Day!

Thank you to The Beverly Hills and Lorna Gourlay for hosting us at ‘I am because of you’ women’s lunch in celebration of Fée’s Halsted’s story.


Ardmore goes on Safari …
Ardmore goes on Safari …

Ardmore goes on Safari …

Ardmore Artists are excited to be creating yet again for another fabulous Charles Greig Exhibition at Hyde Park, Johannesburg. This years theme features ‘Safari’ romances, traveling across Africa to experience the bushveld and its majestic creatures.

Come and marvel at this spectacular Safari exhibition from 16 August – 5 September


The Hermès Baobab Cat
The Hermès Baobab Cat

The Hermès Baobab Cat

Catherine and Megan Berning travelled to Paris in February 2018 to have a sneak-peak viewing of the Hermès Fall Collection. We have been waiting in anticipation for ‘Baobab Cat’ to be launched and we are so excited to finally share an image of this bold design with you.

View the scarf design in all the beautiful colours on the Hermès website.


Ardmore Cat Walk
Ardmore Cat Walk

Ardmore Cat Walk

This Youth Day, Ardmore celebrated with our own community fashion show!


Voyage of Discovery at Patrick Mavros
Voyage of Discovery at Patrick Mavros

Voyage of Discovery at Patrick Mavros

Thank you to Patrick Mavros team for yet again another exceptional exhibition in London. We were overwhelmed by the wonderful response to our ‘Voyage of Discovery’ exhibition.

See you in London!
See you in London!

See you in London!

Fée, Jon and Catherine look forward to seeing you at Ardmore’s stunning new exhibition: Voyage Of Discovery. Make a date to see the array of beautiful artworks, from intrepid monkeys to hot air ballooning hippos, all of which will be on display in the beautiful surroundings of Patrick Mavros’ flagship Fulham Road store in London. The exhibition opens on Thursday 17th May and runs until Sunday 27th May.


March of the Elephants!
March of the Elephants!

March of the Elephants!

We are delighted that Senzo Ntshalintshali, who is the son of Ardmore’s first artist Bonnie Ntshalintshali, is continuing her legacy and creating stunning works in the studio. This beautiful Elephant Balloon Rider will soon fly off to London for our Voyage Of Discovery Exhibition at Patrick Mavros’ flagship London shop,  17th -27th May 2018.

Meet the Artists: Betty Ntshingila
Meet the Artists: Betty Ntshingila

Meet the Artists: Betty Ntshingila

Meet Ardmore artist, mother hen Betty Ntshingila. Betty is a special person and her pieces always reflect her kind and warm nature. She loves creating elephants and birds, especially owls. .Betty’s latest works will be on show at the Voyages Of Discovery exhibition at Patrick Mavros’ flagship London store next month from 17th -2th7 May.