By the Brook
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By the Brook

Price
£300
Drawing medium: Encaustic paint

Unframed

Original

Gallery: Galerie de Ploegh

Ships from: Netherlands

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Description

About the artwork
Images that I can not immediately fathom, intrigue me often more than a picture that tells a clearly defined message, or complete story. The presentation should tell a story raising questions for the viewer, or just be there with something you want to leave: emotion, thoughts, or memories.This way I also work on my paintings, I build up the layers like some kind of labour in which memorial images are part of the painting process.

Specification

Medium Encaustic paint
Support Wood
Framed? No
Subjects Landscape,
Style Impressionist
Original or Edition? Original
Certificate of Authenticity Yes
Artwork Dimensions: 16 X 16 X 4 X cm

About Suus Kooijman

Visual artist Suus Kooijman studied at the High scool of the Arts in Utrecht. (1988-1993) Fashion design and illustration.

In 2000 she started as an autonomous artist. She is now exhibiting successfully at home and abroad. Her paintings have been purchased and included in collections by collectors and companies in: the Netherlands, Belgium, England, Italy, United Arab Emirates, Australia, Germany and Switzerland.

About my work: My paintings have, trough the use of beeswax, a tranparant and immaterial appearance.

It also makes the painting more into a wall object. The warm wax with pigments flow through and over each other to show that I often do not know where it will go, at least initially. It is the material that asks me what to do. Images that I can not immediately fathom, intrigue me often more than a picture that tells a clear defined message, or complete story. The presentation should tell a story raising questions for the viewer, or just be there with something you want to leave: emotion, thoughts, or memories. This way I also work on my paintings, I build up the leayers like some kind of labour in which memorial images are part of the painting process. Thanks to the transparancy of the wax you can, in a way, penetrate the painting. There is a certain depth, but you don’t know where it ends, and what is in it.