Day & Night, handwoven throw El Gouna in Egypt is the inspiration for this handwoven throw ‘Day & Night’. It’s a study of colours where charcoal black and faded denim blue of sunrise, meet the warm yellow and camel of a new day. Related projects Load More
Landscapes II with group exhibition IJ KUNST COLLECTIEF Landscapes II was part of a group exhibition with IJ KUNST COLLECTIEF at Nieuw Dakota & Beautiful Distress House, NDSM warf in Amsterdam. 40 visual artists and art creators from the fashion and design world were taking part in this sixth edition. The pop-up exhibition ran from
Blending roots, siblings at group exhibition ‘zeven x weven’ Blending roots, siblings was part of a group exhibition ‘zeven x weven’ at De Katoendrukkerij in De Volmolen, Amersfoort (NL). As a guest curator I had the opportunity to invite 7 artists (including myself) who use hand weaving as a medium for their artworks. The exhibition
Landscapes II Landscapes II handwoven framed wall art with handmade frames of ‘Hollandse bomen’ (Dutch trees). Saori yarns of cotton and linen from my trip to Japan in 2018, combined with Cottoline yarn a mix of 70% cotton/30% linen. Available sizes: 24,5 x 42,5 cm / 42,5 x 42,5 cm and 70,5 x 42,5 cm.
Blending roots, handwoven framed wall art ‘Blending roots’ (gemengde wortels in Dutch) is a personal weaving project that consists of several artworks with colours inspired by the classic batik sarongs of Jogjakarta/Solo area at Java. This stems from the search for my Indo-European background. My mother and her family come from the Dutch East Indies