About the work
Art made on corrugated cardboard canvases.
Free stylING (recycle art), The love for research and the use of recycled materials has ensured that Inge discovered after long research how she can make painting canvases from used cardboard. On these canvases she made various figurative works with water-mixable oil paint. Working with cardboard became more and more fascinating for her. She likes to show the many properties of cardboard in her work. She has come to use the specific “ripple” properties as an artistic starting point, for both abstract and figurative work. She is currently working on a series of large abstract works on cardboard.
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About the artist
Biografie Inge Prins van Wijngaarden (11/19/1979)
Inge left her parental home at the age of seventeen to study at the Graphic Lyceum in Amsterdam. As an extra exam subject she had already chosen: crafts / art history
The world and the big city overwhelmed her. She obtained the diploma Graphic Intermediary and then went on to study in a field that still interests her "human behavior". She obtained her diploma "Applied Sciences", worked for a number of years in special education. In this period she also completed the study for “Behavior Specialist”.
Inge has always remained creative. In recent years she has worked on the development of her artistry. Last year she took the plunge to continue as a fully independent artist. She finds her way within the art world in her own unique way. Her studio is located in an empty shop building “atelier depARTure”. The space is her workplace, but is also used to work with other creative people and to sell art. Her idea is that creativity also brings movement to a shopping area.
The artists collective “the Movement” is a group of artists from all disciplines with whom she likes to collaborate and organize exhibitions. The Movement over Inge: Today we introduce you to our contemporary artist Inge, @ilpvw. Inge makes beautiful art but with her great energy she also knows to bring people together.
Inge still does not only emphasize the making of art. She stays creative in many different ways. She has also seen this in the initiative she took for “We care Art”. In collaboration with Online Gallery and the SeeYou@Art foundation, she has made sure that more than 100 works of art have been donated to vital workers who are committed to the fight the corona crisis.