Important message regarding the exhibition ‘Voorjaarssalon and Jacob Hartog Prize 2020’ at Pulchri, the Hague.The gallery will be temporarily closed to the public until April 6th, following the advice of the RIVM. The exhibition is extended till April 27th. Please keep an eye on their website for updates.
I participate in this exhibition with 2 collages of drawings, combining portraits of Jane Morris with self-portraits and experiments with portraiture and ink in general. I have been cutting up some of my small ink drawings in order to frame them in a passe-partout with multiple shapes. Unintentional stories are told by juxtaposing 8 different drawings in one frame. It is a new challenge for me, a fresh perspective on drawing and I am happy my drawing environment doesn’t expose me to dangerous viruses so I can continue working. Wishing you safety and wisdom.
At the group exhibition ‘Verse Aanwas’ my pencil drawings, inspired by Jane Morris her hair, are juxtaposed by portraits in stone by Martie van der Loo.
On show are paintings, drawings, photographs, sculptures and prints made by 13 different artists. From 28 July till 18 August 2019 at Pulchri, Den Haag.
Pulchri magazine published an article about the exhibition (in Dutch). Find a similar fragment in English below, originally written by Klaske Havik in November 2018.
“The pencil drawings of Jane’s hairstyles have been transformed into leading a life of their own in these new drawings. They reach into the depths of drawing itself. The portraits still show traces of thoughts and stories. In the detail of skin and hair lie labyrinthine landscapes in which the viewer can get lost. The muse gradually disappears from the image and leaves room for other, new stories. New, but anchored in the search for the doppelganger, to the self, to the other. They invite you to look the detail and think about what you can read in it.”
For the duo exhibition in Galerie de Molen, it seemed nice to show the development of my drawings, from the start of my ‘Reflections on Jane Morris’ project.
Ten years ago I made a series of pencil drawings of Jane Morris’ hairstyles. This series was the starting point for my recent series of drawings in which the muse gradually disappears from the image and leaves room for other, new stories.
Recently I started making photographic etchings from these series. With printing in different colours, I investigate the influence of colour, contrast and tone on the experience of my original drawings in grayscale.
3 t/m 28 april 2019 Portrait Opening 6 april 16.00 at the Haagse Kunstkring, Den Haag During the group exhibition Portret I am showing 4 drawings I also showed during the exhibition Genomineerden van Ommeren de Voogt prize 2018 at Pulchri. From the … Lees verder →
Pulchri magazine published an article about the ‘van Ommeren de Voogt Prize 2018′. Klaske Havik wrote the piece about my work.
Winner Paul Nassenstein, Sandra Thie and myself are awarded with an exhibtion at the van Hardenbergzaal in Pulchri. I am showing a new series of 14 pencil drawings, inspired by Jane Morris’ hair.
The exhibition will be opened by Anna de Voogt, 13 January 2019, 17.00 in the Hardenbergzaal. It wil run till 3 February.
On 20 January there will be an artist talk, from 15.00 till 16.00 at the van Hardenbergzaal in Pulchri.
During the open atelier route I will be drawing with ink.You’re welcome on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May 2018, from 12 till 17. My studio is located at Oosterbeek 2c, Den Haag, at the entrance of Parc Clingendael (23 on the map).
I am also participating in the group exhibition at Benoordenhuis, Bisschoppstraat 5, Den Haag (same opening hours).
December 2018, Galerie Atelier Herenplaats (group): etchings, linocuts
December 1 2018 till January 8 2019, Kunstgroep Wassenaar (group): drawings
June 8 till July 7 2019, Kunstgroep Wassenaar (duo with Willem van Dam): drawings
Printing studio Grafische Werkplaats in Den Haag organised the workshop Toyobo etching by Eric de Vries. I learned how to transfer a drawing onto a light sensitive polymere plate using water and UV light.
I am happy with the results as my original drawing was reproduced more accurate than the photograph I used during an earlier workshop polymere etching (the colored print).
This original drawing was sold during my solo exhibition at Gallery De KunstSuper. By adding it to my online portfolio on Saatchi Art I now made it available again; as a high quality fine art Giclée print.
Have a look at my portfolio to see more drawings, paintings and photographs in close detail and in different sizes and frames. If you wish to order my work from Saatchi Art they will handle all payment and shipping so the work will safely arrive.
Between 2009 and 2010, I experimented with creating a dummy glossy. I thought it was a perfect device for juxtaposing Jane’s lifestory with mine. Little did I know that in the upcoming summer issue of the international fashion/art magazine Lone Wolf our story actually will be told!