Aldwin van de Ven
(1980) finished his two-year residency at the Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten in 2011. In his work, Aldwin likes to explore the unexpected. Starting point is often a memory or a scrabble from which he starts his journey in painting. His reality is not from the present or past, but one that originates while painting. Aldwin van de Ven is interested in how an artwork comes to life while not having a fixed idea beforehand.Arjan Hijbeek
(1988) is a recent graduate from the Rietveld Academy (2012). His work shows a world that exists if things had gone differently in the past. Many of his subjects are family members. Arjan Hijbeek likes to examine the choices that his family made, which also have formed him.
Finally, the two-dimensional work of Mari Stoel
(1977) deals with landscapes. The scenes are sometimes quite normal but then again depict a struggle for life. Stoel is influenced as well by abstract painters such as Mondriaan: if we forget the figures in his work we see an abstract composition. Mari Stoel graduated at Sint Joost MFA in Den Bosch in 2010.
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