We've been in the news a lot round here lately. A couple of people who've attended out art classes have had articles written about them. Liesbeth Romeijn has an exhibition of her work in Sint Maartensdijk. She make mainly portraits in watercolour using a limited palet of colours to emphasise the expressions in the faces. The most challenging were portraits she made of her 3 young children...because they're so honest if they don't like it!
Marianne Asselbergs' had a lovely article written about her work. She paints mainly using acrylic and has a beautiful impressionist style. Nature, and in particlular the sea, are often subjects that she gravitates to. It's great to see her work being featured!
Sjors van der Wulp also had a large feature in the local Eendrachtbode about his photo exhibition in KunstCentrum Tholen. The article explained how Sjors was drawn to Tholen for inspiration which led to his series of black and white photos. I particularly like the main photo of Sjors heading the piece!