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Meet Michael Hayter

6 April - 2020
by Vincent Moleveld

Michael Hayter (b. 1961) is primarily a figurative painter of the human condition, taken from the perspective of personal experience. He qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 1986 and went on to study Fine Art at London Guildhall University in the...

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Surreal black and white street-photography by Ricardo Reis

11 March - 2020
by Femke van Leeuwen

The Portuguese street-photographer Ricardo Reis creates surreal black and white images. His photography is a representation of how he wants reality to be. Each image tries to start a dialogue and creates a certain ambience or vibe to get a...

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Bronze dreams in pop art - Jorn van Hoorn

4 February - 2020
by Vincent Moleveld

What began 5000 years ago as an alloy between copper and tin is still alive today. The casting of bronze. Telling stories, the essence of art. Telling the story in form, smell and color. The continuation of a 5000-year-old tradition translated to...

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Paintings by Louis van der Linden: a stilled world

4 February - 2020
by Femke van Leeuwen

The paintings by  Louis van der Linden show nature and architecture in a stilled world. His depicted places of the sea, for instance, are unrecognizable during summer when people make full use of the sun beds and umbrellas again. “On the...

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Women of Allah versus Women of Heart – Iran versus USA reality

11 January - 2020
by Lida Sherafatmand

If Georgia O’Keeffe the American female painter represented a heart of the USA, I am an Iranian female painter representing a heart of Iran. Georgia O’Keeffe carries the soul of a nation while bringing attention to the beauty and sensuality of...

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Impressionist paintings by plein-air artist Sonja Brussen

11 December - 2019
by Femke van Leeuwen

Plein-air artist Sonja Brussen daily makes impressionistic paintings of sea- and landscapes. Nature is both Sonja’s source of inspiration as well as her workplace.

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