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Bart Van Zweeden

Look what I found! (2021)

Soort kunstwerk
Dimensies
12,6x21,3 in
Technieken
Ondersteuning of oppervlak
Papier
Framing
Nee
Verpakking
In buis gerold
This work on paper represents parts of the earth evolution. A lot of lifeforms existed and disappeared during millions of years. It also reflects in a way how we use our planet today. This work is made of a mixed technique using etching and paint on thick etching paper. This work is a exclusive and unique work; there are no other prints from this work.
This work on paper represents parts of the earth evolution. A lot of lifeforms existed and disappeared during millions of years. It also reflects in a way how we use our planet today. This work is made of a mixed technique using etching and paint on thick etching paper. This work is a exclusive and unique work; there are no other prints from this work.
Sizes given are imagesize. Papersize 56x78cm

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Bart Van Zweeden
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Painting started sometime in 1978 as a student in a rowdy mood. Paintings that have been sold completely against expectations in the now closed art dealership Reker in the P.C. Hooftstraat in Amsterdam. However,...

Painting started sometime in 1978 as a student in a rowdy mood. Paintings that have been sold completely against expectations in the now closed art dealership Reker in the P.C. Hooftstraat in Amsterdam. However, that was the basis for trying - initially without relevant training - to shape the world surrounding me at the time. Later I visited the Free Academy The Hague in the 1980s and in the following years I also followed a number of necessary courses in all kinds of areas in the field of model and portrait. I am currently following a three-year trajectory at the Amsterdam Academy MK24 (MKXtra), where there is a good climate for me and good sharp questions come along. Some additional courses at the Classical Academy in Groningen provided an excellent addition to my career as a painter in the more figurative and realistic field.
I now turn my attention to a freer painting style in which expression is paramount and the question of meaning and purpose is more important than the reproduction of the known. The ever-present search for the right form of expression makes the work worth making.
In my second profession as a teacher I meet many people; other people now appear on canvas, sometimes from other parts of the world, sometimes from my immediate environment. I try to work in series; a theme or a certain way of expression then forms the common thread. This creates series of works on paper and series in which screen printing has been experimented with. Also a series with larger work on canvas in which the image should convey a more monumental impression to the viewer.

So my work shows several directions: a predominant experimental direction with a preference for structure, tone and limited use of color. The trigger is the processes of life, sometimes current events or ordinary everyday things.
Often I like to experiment with other techniques such as screen printing and etching embedded in a larger work in which acrylic paint and oil paint are also present. Just to see if things can be done differently.

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