Tshepo Moses Sibeko

Born in 1971, Tshepo Sibeko is the first born child of artist Peter Sibeko. Tshepo Sibeko started to demonstrate his interest in art at age 15 by drawing in the paved streets.  His father encouraged Tshepo to use color in his work, and a new artist bearing the name Sibeko was born.

Tshepo Sibeko works in pastels, watercolors, oils, acrylics, pen and ink, his preference being pastels. His works typically depict township scenes, musicians, mine workers, daily encounters and some political works of tribute or remembrance.  Tshepo Sibeko works fulltime as an artist.


Corletta King,  Botswana Museum and Monument Art Gallery; Art Now International; Carlton College Washington D.C.; and numerous other private collections in Spain, Germany, Italy, London, New York and Chicago.

Significant Group Exhibitions:

Afrique Art International, Washington D.C., 1995 and 1996

ABSA, 1996, Cairo, Egypt, 1996,

Art and Avenue Cape Town (Parliament) 1997

Roodeport Art Museum 1997

Africa Window Museum, Pretoria, 1998

Mandela Week of Celebration, Mauritius, 1999

RAU University, Johannesburg, 2000

Michaelis Art Library, Johannesburg, 2002 and 2003