Category Archive: Artist

Ermien Koster

Ermien usually makes conceptual acrylic paintings as well as objects. Through her themes she wants to discuss women from different cultures and different times. Her inspiration derives from women’s history, but also from her own past and from news articles relating women in the present. To make her theme clear, Ermien works in an almost …

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Ineke Tijsseling

  Her paintings are made of acrylic paint and a lot of layers. She paints with her hands and uses paper to get a lovely texture. Inspiration is everywhere around, like nature; magazines; colors; lines-forms etc. ​ Her paintings are from several dimensions and the colors she likes to use are white, black & brown. But also pink…mostly in …

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Elizabeth Mink

The starting point for her paintings is a moment of inspiration associated with a certain place, followed by a journey of exploration to find the tools to translate this to the flat surface of the canvas. Her goal is a harmonious, colourful, and vivid composition, in which people can wander and set aside their own …

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Paint artist : Abstract paints made with acrylic  and materials Céline STEFFGENN is French and lives close to Paris in France. Initially introduced to the art world by sculpting and other various techniques, she was found herself most attracted to acrylic paint. She decided to explore this technique by including materials such as : mortar, …

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Hilda Hendriksen

I was born and raised in Boskoop, an inportant nurserey area, in South Holland, where is my love for nature. Nature has always been my inspiration, there is so much strength and beauty, flowers, trees, water, landscape . etc. I started at a time with painting, independently, within a year I had my first exhibition …

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Ineke Duyndam

Ineke Duyndam is a clear self-taught. After attending her first drawing lessons she felt that there were more opportunities for her in the paint. She also has several lessons followed in as many different disciplines. Was she at the beginning still active in figurative work, Ineke going away was her searching for her own style. …

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Marleen Modderkolk

Sculpting and painting, commissioned and free work. My paintings are colorful and painted with acrylic. Tulips, animals and portraits are my favorite subjects. A lot of my paintings have a fairytale atmosphere My sculptures are usually organic in shape and mainly in the hard(er) stones. Interested? Web: Instagram: marleenmodderkolk_art Email:

Mira Peters

My inspiration for a series of standmeisjes was in South France. I have made drawings on my I Pad and from these drawings i made a whole series of compositions of Beach girls. They are cheerful and colourful and also fit very well in my own environment because I live near the beach of Zeeland in …

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Thea Vos

Compositions of mental and emotional landscapes. Our life is characterized by a wealth of incriminating emotional moments, to create my own world to handle the chaos I search through form, image and color to a manageable experience. Searching for balance, paste, paint over, until enough harmony is present on the canvas to tame the chaos …

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Belinda Dokter

Born in the Netherlands, Belinda Dokter has lived and worked in Alstatte (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Germany since 2008. A sculptor of growing reputation, Belinda specialises in figurative sculpture in clay. Her need to sculpture comes from within. She loves to create typical human sculptures, in somewhat bizarre proportions. Her love for music, the human form and, above …

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