Heidi Fourie

Collaboration History

In 2017, Heidi Fourie collaborated with David Krut Workshop (DKW) creating a series of watercolour monotypes. These monotypes were featured in an exhibition of various unique works titled A Piece of Work at David Krut Projects (DKP) Johannesburg in November 2017. Fourie was also part of the 2018 group exhibition at David Krut Projects called The Cat Show and in 2019, she showcased new painting’s in the group exhibition Kind of Blue. Works from her monotype series were displayed at the David Krut Projects booth at the 2019 Turbine Art Fair.

In 2020, Fourie returned to the David Krut Workshop to create a new body of work.



Heidi Fourie was born in Pretoria and currently works there as a fulltime artist. She completed her BA Fine Arts (cum laude) in 2012 at the University of Pretoria, specialising in painting, where she received the Bettie Cilliers Barnard bursary for Fine Arts. She had her first solo exhibition, Islands, in 2015 at Lizamore & Associates Gallery in Johannesburg, her second large solo exhibition, Borrowed Scenery, in August 2016 at Salon91 Gallery and her third solo exhibition, Masses, at Fried Contemporary, Pretoria, in July 2017. She regularly participates in group exhibitions and competitions.