Wim van Oss

Wim van Oss

Wim van Oss was born in the Dutch town Kerkdriel on the Meuse River.

At an early age he already felt attracted to an artistic career. Wim,  being the youngest in a family of five children, quickly developed  artistic talents. When he was 12 years old, the art teacher at his  school in Den Bosch (the Netherlands) discovered that Wim had an above  average artistic talent. From then on, he took private lessons.

Later on, Wim went to the Famous Artists School in Westport USA for 4 years, where he took lessons from Norman Rockwell, Ben Stahl, Austin Briggs, Robert Fawcett, Albert Dorne, Stevan Dohanos, Al Parker,  George Giusti and Jon Whitcomb. Not only did Wim learn techniques and skills, but he also gained much  experience there, especially in model drawing. Wim graduated from this  school, which contributed to the wide variety in style, forms and  techniques that he shows in his works and teaches in courses and master classes.

His talent certainly did not remain unnoticed. As we take an in-depth  look at the history of the Van Oss family, it is evident that he  descends from a great painter’s family. They were the founders of a  group of artists called The Hague School, which included big names  such as Schelfhout, Koekkoek and Breitner.

Meanwhile Wim’s works can be found in Germany, Austria, Italy, Turkey  and Los Angeles, USA. It’s an impressive list which continues to grow. The works of Wim van  Oss are part of important corporate and private collections. Wim has  adopted his own unique style, which gives him a platform for  developing and exploring substyles. His works leave the spectator  enough room for personal interpretation, although it is clear that Wim  wants his figures to convey emotions such as curiosity, envy and  resignation. Characteristic of the works of Wim Oss is that they seem  to ‘breathe’. Spectators get the feeling that they can walk through  the painting, led by an invisible story line from the artist. A story  in which the artist consciously leaves room for personal  interpretation by the spectator’s imagination.

However, the energy of Wim van Oss is distinctly present in his works.  His progressive work and unique style attracts strong, international  interest, as the prices and development of his paintings show.

This is what expressionism as a modern art form means to Wim: ‘I want  to express the inner self, that which is experienced in the mind. By  breaking away from nature in art, expressionism is often very  difficult to understand. Within this art form I try to convey the  essence of things and my vision as an artist expressively and with  great feeling, neglecting objective forms’

 

International overview of contemporary art in Hilton Copenhagen!

PRESS RELEASE

November 28th 2011

International overview of contemporary art in Hilton Copenhagen!

December 1-31 Bubble Projects presents an unique exhibition of artists Mette Siedentopf (Denmark), Natali Limanenko (Russia) and Elisabeth de Vries (Netherlands) in Hilton Copenhagen. On Thursday December 1st 17:00 the show will be opened by Mayor Pia Allerslev. Entrance is free en these wonderful works are for sale. Enjoy and get inspired!

Mette Siedentopf
Bubble Projects is proud to exhibit works of Danish artist Mette Siedentopf, Artist of the year; Denmark 2008, at Hilton Copenhagen! As long as she remembers she dreamed of being able to dedicate her whole life to her artworks and make a living of it. Over the past years she exhibited regularly and she managed to build up a regular client base. The way she expressed herself in her work has changed drastically over the years. From delicate watercolor studies to abstract to landscapes and portraits. Her goal is to spread happiness and laughter with her paintings. You will see stories from everyday life with silly, funny and ugly characters as the main characters. She feels inspired by the way children try to reproduce the human body. Colors also play a very important role, she explores the world of colors and always hunts for the perfect shade. All together humorous expression can be seen as one of the most important elements of her work. As Mette says: “I feel a relieve when I hear someone laugh and recognize the situations in my paintings.”

Natali Limanenko
Russian artist Natali Limanenko is not only a very talented artist, but also a designer and photographer. In Hilton Copenhagen she presents Fireworks, a series of pictures that the euphoria of mankind shows in all its aspects. The colors indicate the experiences of different emotions in strength and appearance. Any shade and the various forms can recall an experience. Photo works and paintings of Natali are now in private collections in Amsterdam, Den Haag, Tokyo, Moscow, Taganrog and Rostov-on-Don.

Elisabeth de Vries
Dutch artist Elisabeth de Vries grew up in the south of The Netherlands. She studied at the Art Academy of Arendonk in Belgium. Her travel experience is also a very important part of her development as an artist. She feels inspired by different cultures and sceneries all over the world.
Her work can be recognized by its warm nature, characterized by intense use of color and a rich variety of topics, structures and techniques. Energetic as a volcano and always innovative!

Location:
Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel
Ellehammersvej 20, Copenhagen,
Denmark 2770

Bubble Projects
This special exhibition has been made possible by Bubble Projects. Organizer of international exhibitions and projects where contemporary art, artists and art collectors come together in a very unique way.

If you have any questions or if you are curious about our services don’t hesitate to contact us!
You can reach us at the following email address: info@bubbleprojects.eu
On our website you can see our complete art selection: www.bubbleprojects.eu

For the editorial:

Background information about this exhibition and Bubble Projects can be found on our website: www.bubbleprojects.eu
Or get in touch with us through email and/or phone:

Anne de Vries
Art Director
+31 626246665
info@bubbleprojects.eu

International overview of contemporary art in Hilton Copenhagen!

PRESS RELEASE

November 28th 2011

International overview of contemporary art in Hilton Copenhagen!

December 1-31 Bubble Projects presents an unique exhibition of artists Mette Siedentopf (Denmark), Natali Limanenko (Russia) and Elisabeth de Vries (Netherlands) in Hilton Copenhagen. On Thursday December 1st 17:00 the show will be opened by Mayor Pia Allerslev. Entrance is free en these wonderful works are for sale. Enjoy and get inspired!

Mette Siedentopf
Bubble Projects is proud to exhibit works of Danish artist Mette Siedentopf, Artist of the year; Denmark 2008, at Hilton Copenhagen! As long as she remembers she dreamed of being able to dedicate her whole life to her artworks and make a living of it. Over the past years she exhibited regularly and she managed to build up a regular client base. The way she expressed herself in her work has changed drastically over the years. From delicate watercolor studies to abstract to landscapes and portraits. Her goal is to spread happiness and laughter with her paintings. You will see stories from everyday life with silly, funny and ugly characters as the main characters. She feels inspired by the way children try to reproduce the human body. Colors also play a very important role, she explores the world of colors and always hunts for the perfect shade. All together humorous expression can be seen as one of the most important elements of her work. As Mette says: “I feel a relieve when I hear someone laugh and recognize the situations in my paintings.”

Natali Limanenko
Russian artist Natali Limanenko is not only a very talented artist, but also a designer and photographer. In Hilton Copenhagen she presents Fireworks, a series of pictures that the euphoria of mankind shows in all its aspects. The colors indicate the experiences of different emotions in strength and appearance. Any shade and the various forms can recall an experience. Photo works and paintings of Natali are now in private collections in Amsterdam, Den Haag, Tokyo, Moscow, Taganrog and Rostov-on-Don.

Elisabeth de Vries
Dutch artist Elisabeth de Vries grew up in the south of The Netherlands. She studied at the Art Academy of Arendonk in Belgium. Her travel experience is also a very important part of her development as an artist. She feels inspired by different cultures and sceneries all over the world.
Her work can be recognized by its warm nature, characterized by intense use of color and a rich variety of topics, structures and techniques. Energetic as a volcano and always innovative!

Location:
Hilton Copenhagen Airport Hotel
Ellehammersvej 20, Copenhagen,
Denmark 2770

Bubble Projects
This special exhibition has been made possible by Bubble Projects. Organizer of international exhibitions and projects where contemporary art, artists and art collectors come together in a very unique way.

If you have any questions or if you are curious about our services don’t hesitate to contact us!
You can reach us at the following email address: info@bubbleprojects.eu
On our website you can see our complete art selection: www.bubbleprojects.eu

For the editorial:

Background information about this exhibition and Bubble Projects can be found on our website: www.bubbleprojects.eu
Or get in touch with us through email and/or phone:

Anne de Vries
Art Director
+31 626246665
info@bubbleprojects.eu

Natali Limanenko

Natali Limanenko is a versatile artist, designer and photographer. She has learned to discern well in these arts. This brought her requests and various projects. Fireworks is a series of pictures that the euphoria of mankind shows in all its aspects. The colors indicate the experiences of different emotions in strength and appearance. Any shade and the various forms can recall an experience. Photo works and paintings of Natali are now in private collections in Amsterdam, Den Haag, Tokyo, Moscow, Taganrog and Rostov-on-Don.