Artist Galerij

Paméla Maria

'Everyday Beauty' and the theme ‘Nothing is what it seems to be’ are leading in Paméla's work. 

Nature is an important source of inspiration: zooming in on patterns, structures and light in the (urban) landscape. The works depict how these impressions slide over each other and yield new compositions with endless colour shades. Details where color and light on the skin of things is characteristic for the translation of reality. This is used intuitively, but especially in an investigative way. 

Hetty Huisman

Hetty has made sculptures in zinc for over 15 years now. 
Her sculptures fascinate...
She use zinc roofing material and brings this to life in the most fascinating way.
She is inspired by nature.
Her sculptures are the perfect traditional shapes we all know.
collected in this new sculpting material it brings a surprise in an well known field.
Her finesse and technical skills show in each piece.
Her sculptures started abstract, but are increasingly becoming became figurative and realistic.

Kika Notten

Hidden treasures in our daily surroundings, that’s always the key to my work. Seeking the beauty by wandering in the fields, in the wetlands, through the woods, along the river, throwing stones in the water, waiting for the rippling effect to appear and to disappear. Along the way I take pictures, that is the way I collect my material, which I use in my studio as blueprint for my paintings. The process of painting is slow, working with egg-tempera takes patience. The paintings are actually built with endless soft strokes and touches of more or less transparent paint. 

Ramona Dales

Ramona Dales makes objects that refer to archeological excavations: a resonance of past cultures, petrified organic forms or the succession of layers of earth in a landscape.

Dales uses materials from the earth (clay, stone, wood etc.) in combination with found objects that inspire her or set her out on an associative trail. 

These ‘Objects of Conciousness’ express the balance between the outer world of form and the inner world of being.

Japanes firing techniques and the use of pure oxides provide the works with unforeseen effects and a touch of serendipity.


Paulus Kamp

Paulus is an artist with many talents. He is gifted in a range of different techniques. Paulus works with huge enthusiasm and speed. If he makes a series of works it can easily come to a number of 50 before his hunger for the subject is stilled. He works sometimes in a realistic style, sometimes abstract,  but also paints portraits , composes computer art, etc etc.
Paulus is well known for his theories about perspectives .
Currently he is writing a book about perspective.

Robin Edelkoort

After his education at the Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten in The Hague, Robin (1952) worked for  25 years  als an art director at several advertising agencies.
He was born with a brush in his hand.
His work  is realistic. His o
subjects are often inspired by trivial waste paper and unimportant glassware. He is enormously fascinated by the brilliance of the ‘worthless’ Picardie glass (Duralex). Robin works with acrylic paint on canvas in many different sizes.

Silvia Strobos

Silvia Strobos is a dutch artist who lives and works in Zurich since 1998. 

After attending the higher School for Design and Communication, she got her Master degree in Arts of History and Culture at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. 

The main theme of her work is the different ways in which people are connected to each other. It is a search to visualize human interaction with paint and canvas as a medium. 

The paintings are built out of many layers of people, not visible at first sight. This corresponds with the sometimes incomprehensible and complex human interaction. 

Besides her personal interest in people she thinks that our changing society due to internet and social media caused her urge to express this new and unique situation.