Rosemary Mazibuko

Rosemary is single and has four children. She is a tall, retiring and shy woman. Rosemary, whose father was a building draughtsman and designer, started with Ardmore Ceramics in 1996.

She approached the studio looking for employment, and Fée Halsted started her as a painter. She works with painters, Zinhle, Jabu and Winnie Nene.

Rosemary’s works have been exhibited at many international shows and she is respected and valuable artist in the Ardmore team.

Artwork made by Rosemary

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Rosemary's Story


Rosemary Mazibuko was born in 1968, at Kwavala Loskop. She did Standard 6 for her education, and then left school.

Rosemary is single and has four children. She is a tall, retiring and shy woman. Rosemary, whose father was a building draughtsman and designer, started with Ardmore Ceramics in 1996.

She approached the studio looking for employment, and Fée Halsted started her as a painter. She works with painters, Zinhle, Jabu and Winnie Nene.

Rosemary’s works have been exhibited at many international shows and she is respected and valuable artist in the Ardmore team.

In 2013 Rosemary painted some wonderful crocodiles for the ‘Just so Crocodile and other Curiosities’ exhibition at Charles Greig Jewellers in Hyde Park, Johannesburg.