Sheree is an internationally recognised contemporary watercolor artist, mostly self taught, learning through experimentation. She represented South Africa in FabrianoinAcquarello, Italy, and Art Society Inverness in the Highland Art Prize.

She grew up in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, resided in London for 5 years and is currently located in the Highlands of Scotland. She is a qualified professional accountant, but her true love is watercolors. She enjoys tackling any theme, but nature features prominently in her paintings.


Artist Statement:

“Watercolours is an adventure & a joy to me.  I love the freshness of the colours, the spontaneity of the results. Through colour, my watercolours reflect what moves me & what captures my eye & imagination.  I enjoy both the challenge of controlling the uncontrollable through traditional painting techniques, and embrace the spontaneity of watercolors by pouring the paint, resulting in a “What do you See?” exercise. 

I enjoy a variety of different themes, but find animals, oceans and flowers feature strongly in my work. Possibly as they have organic shapes, which suits the method I often use, but mostly as those themes reflect a happy space for me. I try not to limit myself, experimenting with still life, sea & landscapes, portraits, etc in order to continue to learn.”

She teaches workshops on occasion and partakes in many exhibitions. She hopes to continue on this trend.  Her works can be found in many countries in the world, including South Africa, the United Kingdom, China, USA and Australia.


  • Highland Art Prize , Glasgow, Scotland, October 2023
  • Art Society Inverness, Scotland, September 2023
  • Big Art Show, Glasgow, Scotland, August 2023
  • Invergordon Naval Museum, Scotland, May 2023
  • IWS Suriname Exhibition, May 2023
  • WASA Reflections International Exhibition, South Africa, August 2022
  • FabrianoInAquarello 2022
  • WASA ” Expressions of Hope” International Exhibition, South Africa; September 2021
  • WASA “Out of Africa” Exhibition, South Africa, May 2021
  • “Same Size, Same Price, No Signatures, South Africa, April, 2021
  • IWS Poland Step-By-Step Competition, Poland, 2020
  • IWS Poland Step-By-Step Competition, Poland, 2019
  • IWSSA National Watermedia Exhibition, Art Curator Gallery, Somerset West, South Africa, March 2019
  • IWS Poland Step-By-Step Competition, Poland
  • Miniatures 2019, Longstreet Art Lovers 1932
  • Art is a Favour, PEGC, South Africa
  • IWSSA National Watermedia Exhibition, Grayston Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa, October 2018
  • IWS Poland Step-By-Step Competition, Poland, 2018
  • IWSSA National Watermedia Exhibition, Seapoint, South Africa, March 2018
  • PE Art Meander
  • East Cape Watercolor Association (ECWA) 2020 – 2011


  • Highly Commended, East Cape Watercolor Association, 2015
  • Best Picture on Show, East Cape Watercolor Association, 2013
  • Highly Commended, East Cape Watercolor Assocation, 2012
  • Highly Commended, East Cape Watercolor Associaiton, 2011



“Fools Gold”, published in “Lockdown Letters” book, July 2021

The South African Artist magazine issue 50, January 2020, review of Daler Rowney watercolors with tips techniques. (Featured Artist)

“International Watercolor Exhibit Biggest Yet in SA”, The Herald, 11 June 2019

IWS Hungary Page a Day Diary Publication 2018

“Bay Artists Selected for National Watercolor Exhibition”; The PE Express, February 2018

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