L-A's art came alive in this beautiful land
Johan and Marie Fourie have a 'flag world' outside their winery business. Wine and fruit are two of the biggest products from this area that some call the "Winelands." They asked Laurie-Ann to draw the field in her unique style, and this is how it turned out. At the time, there was not a Canadian flag, but perhaps that will be updated in the future.
This is the amazing view that Laurie-Ann saw from the front porch of the Pomegranate Homestead. Johan shared that there is a cross on one of those mountains. This Homestead is the HQ for the Father's House discipleship school, deep in the Langeburg mountains on Fourie property.
This is the Pomegranate homestead, where the Father's House Discipleship school is housed. It's a wonderful cottage that runs on solar energy. There is no cellphone signal or internet, so it's the perfect place to get away and hear God's voice
There is a fresh water pond with a boat close to the Pomegranate homestead, where baptisms sometimes occur. One of the Fouries' staff sat down for a tea break and ended up in Laurie-Ann's view. This drawing is still available. If you are interested in acquiring it, please message her via the contact form (on the contact page)
This is the view from the side porch of Pomegranite Homestead. It was winter at the time, so there were no leaves on the tree; but there still were lots of flowers and greenery. Laurie-Ann sold this drawing.
Iris classmate Peta Sargeant worshipping with flags in Robertson, SA. This drawing is now is at Worcester Christian Church
Laurie-Ann doesn't intend to sell art from this website, but thought it was appropriate to share the art that was inspired by the beautiful Western Cape. However, if you are local to Western Cape, the available drawings are $100 USD or R1200. There is a Facebook page specifically for Laurie-Ann's art, that you can visit here: However, most of the work on that page is in storage in Canada. Laurie-Ann will have unframed work available in South Africa for locals.