Kay Smart is a practicing artist who has been teaching in Durban for the last 30 years. She runs a studio from her home in Glenwood, where she holds drawing and painting classes for adults and children over 12 years old.
She lectured drawing in the Graphic Design Department, first at M L Sultan Technikon and then DUT, from where she retired last year.
She specializes in exploring the human figure and other natural forms through drawing in a variety of graphic techniques.
Dane Stops is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Durban. He has a Masters of Applied Arts from the Graphic Design Department at the Durban University of Technology, where he has also been working as a part-time lecturer for a number of years. Stops had a solo exhibition toward the end of 2016, he taken part in a number of group exhibitions and done live art at various events. He has been an active contributor to the Durban Mural and Graffiti scene for over a decade. The work he makes has various influences, from painting graffiti to figurative subject matter such as people and birds. Currently he is working toward a solo show in Johannesburg for the month of September. For up to date work follow him, @danestops, on Instagram and Facebook.