Mon Graffito (1961). It took him
49 years to have the courage and the opportunity to sit and draw.
And it’s just the beginning!
Marianne Hofstee (1950) represents so much of
human life in her work that the title “•••••”is
Cedric Laquièze (1981) combines playful
humor with imaginative joy. Animals are often presented in a playful
manner in both his three-dimensional works and his drawings.
Gena Ivanov (1968). His monochrome and polychrome
prints are very spontaneous and fragile structures flowing from
the nature of the material itself.
The multiplicity of forms and counter forms in the lines of Fernando
Madera (1983) continues to fascinate,both in his large
and in his smaller artworks.
Musk Ming (1979) surprises with european faces,
while his Chinese drawing style remains unmistakable.
Hay Wijnhoven (1958). Mariken van Nimwegen has
sold her soul to the devil Moenen of Nijmegen. Moenen in the role
of seducer is depicted on the linocut presented.
The end result is alwyas a surprise.The crackle gives the sculptures
a life of their own. And that’s all that matters for
Simon Hof (1967).