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Step out of the shadows. When does a shadow cross into the tangible world? Is that possible? You can at least make the eye believe that. Albeit only very briefly, because then the ratio always comes into play.
It makes a difference that you can go through this ‘process’ again and again, that certainly contributes to the durability of the work.
The smallest in a series of Framing Rietveld’s. The first one from 2017 is the starting point for the series. I made this one with four others for above the ‘bed’ of the ‘and breakfast’ in gallery B&B-De Kunstpraktijk in Veldhoven, as part of my exhibition there in the summer of 2019. Exhibited with five as ‘Sleep’: a good night’s rest assured!
See Framing Rietveld, Framing Rietveld II, III en IV.
Map of my painting Stranded published in England. Nice card in heavy quality with a nice matching envelope.
The 34th portrait of a chair by the backrest. The first nine in this series date back to 2011, after that it was ‘quiet’ in this area until nine new ones appeared in 2017. Followed by another twelve in 2018 and finally another three in 2019. I are usually show them in a group or also as small accents between other pencil drawings. See Portrait 42 and 43.
Three tubular frame handrails are forged together into a whole: a trinity. By painting (partly) vertically with generous paint, drippers have been created that in any case visually perceive the role of the legs. However, color and dripping technique also make an association with blood inevitable. Does this symbolize the suffering wrought in the name of the Trinity?
Beautiful double card with envelope. Only a few copies left.