Busy last month: Indie game presentation, Vacation in Vienna, first lecture at the NHL University and the exhibition in the Gallery Berkendijkje in Beek en Donk. The last one alone will make for three updates here, so I’ll start with that. The exhibition was organized by the “Aquarellist Collective” – a group of water color artists.
The location was beautiful – a proper farm-house with lots of animals around. I wish I would have taken more pictures. And inside was the gallery, which was really nicely arranged. The lighting was excellent – rivaling museums.
The hospitality of the owners and other artists was amazing. Thanks again. Was great meeting all the artists there – talking about techniques and finds. I learned a lot in those two weekends.
Here the links to all the artists – the organizers were:
And here is the list of the other participants alphabetically:
- Jos Antens
- Stefan Bleekrode
- Angelique v/d Hogen
- Mia Koeneman
- Jan Kooiman
- Ina Mieras
- Jan Pasteur
- Margo Pasman
- Margo v.Veghel
- Maroesja Lacunes
I had my own little showing outside – and I made portraits of visitors. A lot – so more on that in the upcoming two postings.
Looks good! I love the portraits you did of the people too, especially the last one looks amazing. How long did those take you?
Thanks. I always try to finish each portrait in 20 minutes. It’s working better with each event – even if there is half a year between them.
Should’ve done more in the sun – I like the effect it has on the first one.
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