Glance into the world behind the art

The basin of Peter Durieux
Feb 7, 2019
During my 4th year at the Academy Minerva in 1980, Piet Pijn, one of my teachers, alerted...
Peter Durieux: a picturesque summer with fellow painters
Jan 20, 2019
In and around a beautiful house in Burgundy, in September 2018, I was invited to stay and...
Flip Gaasendam: "a painting is only finished when there is no speck between it"
Jan 19, 2019
Flip Gaasendam knows how to stop time with his impressionistic oil paintings. It is no coi...
Male primal power silenced in bronze: the sculptures of Philippe Timmermans
Nov 21, 2018
As an artist, the Belgian sculptor Philippe Timmermans (1957) is fascinated by the facets...
The color woodcuts of Siemen Dijkstra: "Drenthe is my core"
Oct 18, 2018
Siemen Dijkstra (1968) was already fascinated by nature as a child. Partly because of his...
Janhendrik Dolsma, magician of light
Aug 16, 2018
The landscape painter Janhendrik Dolsma is blessed with the gift of creating a sparkling s...
Joke Frima; The making of Epiphany
Jul 19, 2018
A film about the creation of the large lotus painting 'Epiphany' by Joke Frima   JOKE...
Balance act on the interface between abstraction and figuration: the exciting sculpture by Anton ter Braak
May 30, 2018
The creative drive of sculptor Anton ter Braak (1960) is expressed in powerful bronze scul...
The Impressionist poetry of Sophie Amauger
May 22, 2018
The French Sophie Amauger is a frequently distinguished pastellist who knows how to portra...


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