Spring of Drawing; Helder, The Hague

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Marena Seeling

Marena Seeling

At first sight Helder’s present show may look unassuming, but to an extent it is a kind of statement about the diversity and combination of drawings it wants to present.

Marena Seeling

Marena Seeling

Romy Muijrers

Romy Muijrers

Romy Muijrers

Romy Muijrers

They range from the works purely drawn from the use of basic graphic techniques, to lyrical or socio-politically motivated drawings.

Romy Muijrers

Romy Muijrers

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Harry Markusse

Harry Markusse

Helder has a special interest in artists who combine thinking and making, technique and lyricism and not in the kind of expressionism that seems to come right from the gut.

Harry Markusse

Harry Markusse

Maryanto

Maryanto

Niels Janssen

Niels Janssen

As such Spring of Drawing shows a great diversity of drawings that combine very well.

Niels Janssen

Niels Janssen

Niels Janssen

Niels Janssen

Guy Vording

Guy Vording

Go and take a look if you don’t believe it (and if you do…).

Guy Vording

Guy Vording

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

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Content of all pictures courtesy to the artists and Helder gallery, The Hague.

Bertus Pieters

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Wild is the Wind, Galerie Helder, The Hague

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Helder gallery has joined works by three artists in its present show in a happy combination.

Wild is the Wind 02 Kevin Bauer

Wild is the Wind 03 Kevin Bauer

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Kevin Bauer shows sculptures that almost look like three-dimensional paintings. They

Wild is the Wind 05 Marena Seeling

Wild is the Wind 06 Marena Seeling

Wild is the Wind 07 Marena Seeling

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rhyme well with Marena Seeling’s paintings and watercolours, most of them based on modern Dutch countryside landscape.

Wild is the Wind 10 Stephan van den Burg

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Wild is the Wind 13 Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg shows his small drawings which are made as meticulously as tapestry, amongst them some new more colourful works.

Wild is the Wind 14 Stephan van den Burg

It is best to take a look for yourself as there is a lot to be seen.

Wild is the Wind 15 Stephan van den Burg

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Contents of all pictures courtesy the artists and Galerie Helder

 

Bertus Pieters

Drawing Festival at Helder gallery, The Hague

Paul Nassenstein

Paul Nassenstein

Galerie Helder has organized a small drawing festival in which three artists are taking part. It shows

Paul Nassenstein

Paul Nassenstein

these wonderful miniatures by Paul Nassenstein who is able to create an enormous space on a very small surface, each work telling a story and showing a cosmos of its own;

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

both monumental and smaller works full of sometimes wild imagination by Sigrid van Woudenberg and

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

works by Stephan van den Burg, whose work brings abstraction back to reality.

Paul Nassenstein

Paul Nassenstein

Paul Nassenstein

Paul Nassenstein

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Stephan van den Burg

Eelke van Willegen

Eelke van Willegen

Also on show are two small sculptures by Eelke van Willegen.

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Altogether it is a great combination of very different artists.

Sigrid van Woudenberg

Sigrid van Woudenberg

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Bertus Pieters