Ad van Hassel, born April 26, 1953 in Roosendaal In 1980 Ad started painting, after having completed various creative disciplines for years. He started two exclusive galleries in 1983 in the hotels Sonesta and Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam. Since 1990 Ad has used screen printing, not only for his own work, but also for the work of other artists.
Berrie travels the world and is one of the most active photographers. From Asia to America and even to Norway where he captured the northern lights! His work can be admired at various galleries. A promising photographer.
Celina Dorrestein (1985) grew up in Soest. As a child, she was already fascinated by atmosphere and light and portrayed this at a later age with her camera. Urbex photography is one of her passions!
Art photo by Chantal. The Amsterdam photographer & fashion designer Chantal Brink is known for her edgy, dark and sexy portrait. These portraits come to life through her fashion brand CHAN.GE, which placed her art on walls, people and streets. Each project tells a story with a social or personal statement. With her unique way of looking at life, she only captures the pure moments in a mysterious way.
Born in 1963 in a small farming town of Oklahoma growing up as a farm boy for most of his childhood years, he knew there was something else out there so he requested a move to Germany through the military in 1985 and that’s where his love for photography was really born. He was shooting scenery to create memories and capture Europe while serving in the army. It wasn’t till another soldier asked Chuck to shoot his wedding that Chuck realized that he can focus on people. That gave him the biggest feeling of worth and to get paid on top of it was the icing on the cake. Today Chuck shoots from a woman’s perspective translating human emotions into beautiful pieces of Art.
Hans Jochem Bakker (1948) is an autodidact of an old artist family. Inspired by artists such as Salvador Dalí, Miró and Picasso, he has included parts of their southern temperament in his theme, such as a special interest in birds, horses and women.
Herman Brood works full of dedication, constantly plunging with brushes, paints and spray cans into a hallucinating adventure from which he emerges unchanged as the winner. He translates the countless impressions and experiences that he has collected in his turbulent life into art with a big K.
When I saw a number of photos of an abandoned building in decline, I immediately fell in love. I should try this too, I thought immediately. After my first attempt at a gigantic sanatorium in Germany, I was addicted.
Jack Liemburg is an artist who offers an art experience in his own unique way. His paintings are often peppered with passion, power and rebellion. Characteristic of his work is the combination of painting techniques and photography.
Born in Lucca 1967. Grew up in an artistic family. Inspired by the people around her, it soon became apparent that she could turn her hobby (painting) into her profession. She developed from her youth and her creations can be called diverse. Themes about the daily things of life.
She found her own style there and developed it over the years. Through the play of clear shapes, bright colors and highly defined, black contours subdivided into harmonious areas of color, her work is now very recognizable.
It was October 2013 and James spent about 4 years in photography when he saw images of a former psychiatric institution here in England on the internet. Although it was not his style of photography, he was immediately attracted and wanted to see more.
Contemporary artist Jonas Leriche, was first introduced to photography by his mother in Antwerp, Belgium where he grew up. After years working as a fashion photographer, he decided to move to New York and begin a career in fine art. Even at a young age he was fascinated by the beauty of nature, and it has been a mayor source of inspiration throughout his life. This authentic experience stands in sharp contrast with the world in which he has lived and worked for the last decade, a world dominated by mere appearance, social media posturing and superficiality. The driving force behind his work is the desire to inject the rawness of nature into the seamless, controlled perfection of his art in order to undermine the facile gaze of viewers unaccustomed to scratching any deeper than the surface.
She wants to reflect the essence and feeling that the image evokes in her. Sometimes they are still images, and sometimes, as in the flower series of her hand, rather Expressionist. But the work can always be described as powerful and atmospheric.
Lars Tunebo was born in 1962 in Lysekil, Swe-den and now lives and works in Gothenburg. He is a self-taught artist working with tech-niques and materials including bronze, glass, painting and photography/mixed media. His works is shown in Los Angeles, Monaco, London, Moscow, Dubai, Copenhagen, Brus-sels, Stockholm, Gothenburg and Marbella and is shown in both public and private collections.
The paintings by Lincy Hoogveld (Herveld, the Netherlands) are mixed media works that were almost chiseled onto the canvas organically, just ... they were painted.
Constantly coming and going in life on the level between reality and abstraction. So powerfully colored compositions arise from the experiences of the artist and his view of the environment by traveling through the world and human beings.
Marcus Van Oss Born in 1985 (Netherlands) is an Contemporary artist. When he was young he traveled al over The world with his parents who make there Living in interior And design with influences of all over the world they imported statues from the Phillipins, desks from London and chandeliers from Prague and many more countries So as young boy growing up between furniture and lifestyle Marcus developed to be an artist/designer. With is wild imagination and with the techniques of now he makes the most impressive creations.
The source of her art is without a doubt her art of living. She goes through life with open senses and is touched by what her eyes see and her hands feel. She can be moved and enjoy on the square meter. Whether it is about people - young or old, in relation to each other or to the viewer, at rest or in action - about animals or about nature in a broader sense, she can always be touched. And she stores that experience, both the images and accompanying emotions. She is therefore constantly "loaded" and never has to look for what is called "inspiration" in artists' circles. It is rather the case that the load seeks a way out in her. She cannot live without paint and brush. It is fascinating to see how she can transform her emotion into a play of colors, shapes and lines. The game begins indefinitely, but gradually, often to her own surprise, the stakes become clear. She plays this game inviting and at the same time convincing. Countless viewers feel immediately addressed and change on the spot from viewer to admirer.
Mascha de Haas (1977) comes from a real artist family. Her father is a gallery owner. Her mother studied at the art academy. Mascha also proves to possess the creative gene with her artworks. As an autodidact she has learned to work with different techniques. In addition to paintings, she also makes sculptures and digital art.
Micha mainly paints figurative art, where women, flowers, horses and often characters belong to his vocabulary. What previously seemed like a hobby eventually became a calling.
Pop Art artist Michael Daniels was born 1976 The fantasy of Michael Daniels is the limit and it is hard to find it. His style is characterized by catchy and meticulously elaborated Pop-Art images from both the present and the past, with surprising perspectives. He is ready to conquer the hearts of art lovers with his colorful and catchy creations
Born in Arnhem in 1967. Originating from an artistic family, she grew up between paintings and other art. After completing a fashion academy, she lived in Paris for a while. Inspired by this artistic environment, it soon became apparent that she wanted to devote herself entirely to painting. Nicole Laceur paints impressionist oil paintings. Her subjects are very diverse.
Ronald Chapeau has been a traditional screen printer for many years. A few years ago Ronald chose to combine his artistic insight, creativity and passion for art on the canvas.
Sander van Laar, born September 16, 1979 Ede. In 2003 his knowledge of photography started with high-level image editing. Cumlaude graduated from the photo school and started composing in 2006 with his first still life with flowers! Now in 2020 he is also called “The new master of the 20th century”. He is fascinated by color and composition in his floral still lifes that he shows to people worldwide.
Teis Albers ('82) is a contemporary mixed-media artist from the Netherlands. His art is a mixture of elements from nature, pop and street art. From large typography to weathered billboards to still lifes mixed with birds and comic book ads.
Born 1994 in Nijmegen. Inspired by design From his youth, he developed and his creations can be called diverse. Illustrations digitally drawn and edited on various materials. My projects are developed out of pure creativity, there are many things going on in my head since I have ADHD. I try to give this a digital place. Creating these projects provides peace of mind and is a good way to express my creativity.
Van Apple has long been active as an agent for Dutch artists at exhibitions around the world. During his travels he got more and more the feeling and the urge to express his own creativity. Inspired by his experience, his artistic insight and his passion for art, he has developed his own pop art. His art is a combination of digital techniques with photography as a starting point. He uses gold leaf, lots of color and various other items. The final treatment with epoxy ensures that a beautiful 3-D effect is created. Due to the use of epoxy resin in the artworks, they are difficult to photograph.
Yves Krief (1959) is a photographer who mixes photography and graphics disclosing the imagination based on the unconscious and symbolic. All his paintings are the consequence of the fusion of multiple images captured during his various trips (New York, Paris, London, Cuba). Through his photography Krief tells universal stories with multiple layers. Each of the paintings cross the barrier between the delayed memory in order to start a conversation with the unconscious of the spectator.