Thomas Vanoost portrays his concepts of chaos in photography with multiple exposure.
Silkscreen prints, paintings and drawings. The largest collection of artworks by Herman Brood can be found at Amersfoort Art.
John Horsewell's style ranges from soft brushstrokes in his romantic beach scenes to the more aggressive brush with texture and color in the Tuscan landscapes.
Jochem de Graaf
Amersfoort Art probably has the largest and certainly the finest collection of paintings by Jochem de Graaf.
The works of Van Apple consist of several layers finished with epoxy, which creates a fantastic 3D effect.
Vital spontaneity, the esprit of the South, but especially the feeling of abundance almost literally splash of the work of Guy Olivier.
Lincy Bakker succeeds in transforming seemingly heavy materials in light-footed and fresh dream objects.
Beautiful combination of photography and collage techniques by Jack Liemburg
Yulia Muravyeva uses lots of cheerful colors and wants to give people a positive feeling with her paintings; it gives her energy. However in some work fragments of classic inspiration can also be seen.
Yue Minjun is one of China's leading artists.
Ongeremde passionele expressie van kleur en compositie verleiden je om in William Malucu zijn creatieve wereld te stappen.
The old, oxidized iron stands in stark contrast to the many colors, which is why the art objects of Jörg Ridderbusch immediately catch the eye and fascinate many people.
Karlien Kuperus experiments with all kinds of materials and mixes her acrylic paint with energy and jeu. Burgundian scenes give them a modern, fresh face, in which humor is never far away.
The miniatures from the 'Feeling Good' collection by Angeles Nieto are packed in a beautiful gift box.
Karin Vermeer is a creative jack of all trades who does not shy away from any matter in order to expand her techniques, artworks and feelings.
Toon Tieland has always said that he is influenced by nothing and nobody, but simply paints what he sees. Naive expressionism is a good indication of the atmospheric, characteristic painting of Toon Tieland.
Hans Jochem Bakker
Hans Jochem Bakker has a great affinity with women and horses; these themes are his favorite in his oeuvre. The almost erotic relationship between paint, brush and paper is a great motivation for him.
Dario Bosa is a versatile artist, who's driven to express his creativity in various ways.
André Joosse is an urban explorer in heart and soul. He combines his passion for industrial architecture and photography and visits abandoned buildings throughout Europe. He makes impressive photographs of old textile factories, hospitals, coal mines and residences: all forgotten places; neglected and dilapidated. Joosse has exhibited in many cultural centers in the Netherlands and Belgium, where he was part of several photo exhibitions in Amsterdam and Antwerp.
Peter Donkersloot paints according to the old 'layer over layer' tradition. The old masters worked in the same way with oil-based home-made oils.
The sophisticated, rich life in the city or the colorful floral beauty of an autumn bouquet. Smooth and voluptuous oil paintings in deep earth tones such as burnt sienna, ochres and moss green always create a colorful spectacle on the wall.
From unique posters to old newspapers that simultaneously portray pop art, surrealism, figurative and populism. This creates exciting, brightly colored mixed media art by Ronald Chapeau.
From nothing to something, this is the way for Boots to express sensitivity. There is a big diversity in color and movement in which that every square centimeter tells its own story.
The beautifully assembled photographic works by Tineke Stoffels are an ideal combination of technology and design for her. Often people wonder if the work has been photographed or painted. It's both for her.
Willem Heytman is the uninterrupted self-taught artist who continues to innovate and improve style, color and composition, while never avoiding the challenge of any subject.
Alex Jawdokimov is very versatile and creative. He used to spend the weekends in Hyde Park with other artists and started to develop his own style.
Lei Hannen keramiek
Het keramiekproces, dat voor Lei Hannen synoniem met het spel der elementen, spreekt hem sterk aan.
Hij ervaart deze opgelegde natuurlijke wetmatigheden niet als een belasting, maar juist als een metafoor voor de kracht van de elementen met het daarmee verbonden respect.
Maria de Vries
Maria de Vries tries to visualize how own world in recognizable forms with spontaneous brushstrokes and a diversity of mostly earthly colors. She has the urge to seize the moment to capture what she sees directly on canvas.
Harold Aspers' work shows kinship with pop art. The artworks are often constructed from different layers of meaning that mix, blur and sometimes even disappear completely during the construction of a canvas.
The paintings by Stephen brook are photographic and often show street life in the big city. Yet he occasionally seeks calm and lets himself be tempted for a beautiful beach scene.
Modern paintings with classical influences. View the impressive landscapes of Emiliana Cordaro here.
When Jong Konijn starts on a new composition, he dances over his work to give the underlayer a lot of strength. The color palette, the dramatic expression and the slightly surrealistic alienated impact create versatile spatial works.
Karel Appel paints friendly, innocent childbeings and fantasy animals in bright colors, and simple forms. Line and color surface melt together in a moving paint mass.
The work of Susan Ruiter gives life a space. The work inspires, motivates and creates a pleasant environment.
Jef Poldervaart likes to mix various disciplines and likes to work on a multimedia project in which all these art forms can be found. His photography is like a series of frozen images from never-made films.
Ger van Tankeren
Bronze sculptures by Ger van Tankeren. Also check out all bronze sculptures in our special figurines website.
Twan van de Ven
Twan van de Ven uses a variety of techniques in his paintings. He likes to experiment with colors and compositions. Abstract, expressive with something figurative.
Will Huiskamp starts his artwork on a white surface, which is slowly being transformed into a harmonious wholesome piece. Various materials, color and composition give the artwork a powerful appearance.
It's an adventure for Ivo Sneeuw to find and enter abandoned buildings. It gives a special feeling and the history and decay tell exciting or sad stories. In his photography he tries to visualize these stories.
Wouter Stips paints what he would like to see in his dreams while he is sleeping; landscapes and performances in which people and animals meet, not hindered by any restriction whatsoever. Patches of thoughts that meet each other in a miraculous way.
Welcome to the world of Ben Scheltema - Mundo Ben. Experience his exposure in a figurative sense. That is what drives him: translating new impressions into a performance on canvas.
Claus Costa's mind is a roller coaster of ideas and influences. His artworks aim to organize the contemporary chaos of images in which we live, making them meaningful and (why not) beautiful. Really Pop!
Pop Art by Michael Daniels. Digital print on Mirror Dibond.
Klaas Gubbels is looking for his subjects in the purest, platonic form. Not one line is unnecessary. He doesn't just draw a coffee pot, but describes poetry, aggression or dullness.
John van Drumpt
John van Drumpt's work is made up of fragments of paintings that have been photographed and combined into new compositions with the aid of the computer.
Color, warmth and a sunny outlook on life. These are the three elements that are typical in the life and work of Ronald Boonacker. The artist Boonacker mainly works with acrylic paint in bright shades and strong color accents, sometimes alternating between silver or gold.
The work of George Heidweiller surprises with clear visual language and a rich contrast in layers, both in technique and form.
Truthful in nature, the crispness in an etched cityscape, shown in her loose and striking touch; it became characteristic for the artist Anna Doedijns.
The paintings of Mathias are always colorful and have thick stripes of paint over the painting, but the subject is displayed in great detail which keeps the painting fascinating. Everytime you discover something new.
Conceptual photo portraits by Jack Burger
Micha Baker mainly paints figurative art where women, flowers, horses and often characters belong to his oeuvre. He has been living in the Netherlands for some time and recently he has released a series of polygraphics.
Caspar van Houten
Caspar van Houten has been able to develop a clearly recognizable signature in his work. Simple forms, firm contours and especially the use of bright colors are are what forms his artwork.
Corneille claims that painting is not a hobby or work, but rather a calling. Women, birds, flowers and often characters belong to his artistic oeuvre.
Jacqueline Schäfer creates a world in which the shapes of her figures are recognizable and very unique. The themes of her paintings vary from cheerful, strange fantasy birds, static and subdued still lifes to female nudes.
The paintings of Roel Hanssen are characterized by the use of various techniques and epoxy (resin) and are simply spectacular. All works include an exclusive stainless steel design frame.
With his inimitable, modern style figurative and colorful neo-Pop Art, Selwyn Senatori blows up his subjects to great proportions. The spontaneity bursts into vivid, vital colors of his paintings and strikes the viewer with unprecedented optimism and zest for life.
Heleen de Lange
Modern landscapes, romantic portraits. View the paintings of Heleen de Lange here.
Symbols and stories give meaning to the works of Ingo Leth. Happiness (1000 cranes) and positivity are an important thread in his work; there is a balance between rest and energy.
Jan te Wierik
Jan te Wierik is an artist who visualizes his inner primal thoughts to the canvas. His work therefore speaks of oppression, hilarity, tragedy, love and grief, but never resignation.
Gerdine Duijsens portrays her revealing insights into the rich, empty life of the oyster eaters and partytigers. Lurical expressionism in it's purest form.
Sebastião SR Rodrigues
Every moment that SR Rodrigues works an a painting he discovers his own soul. In his canvases he uses beautiful earthy colors in combination with different shapes. Always looking for the right structure, the perfect balance and the nicest combinations.
The paintings of Engelien Kooij often show sensual, busty women. Women who are all in contact with their inner self. The work of Kooij shows sweetness and humor, eroticism, zest for life and relaxation.
Ad van Hassel
Cityscapes, landscapes and flower still lifes are often the theme of Ad van Hassel's work. He previously worked mainly on reality, now he let's his imagination free run free; his preference for color play gets all the space.
The details shine in the stone and bronze sculptures of Theo Mackaay and in his paintings, there is a striking oeuvre and the colors radiate in a sumptuous range.
Arjen van der Linden
De penseelvoering van Arjen van der Linden is krachtig en royaal en is in beweging en ritmisch, in een mengeling van kleuren vol spanning tegenover elkaar geschilderd, soms gevoelig zacht, dan weer hevig in contrast met elkaar, maar altijd in samenhang een geheel vormend.
Van Franz Bodner hebben wij diverse vrolijke zeefdrukken in huis.
Behalve vrolijke koeien en geschilderde reis-impressies werkt de Nederlandse kunstenaar Peter Diem vol overgave aan zijn kosmische thema's. De doeken vertegenwoordigen een complexe ontdekkingsreis, waarin zoekt en vindt.
De werken van Sylvia Kristel kenmerken zich vooral door de emotionele geladenheid. Het schilderen heeft aan haar persoonlijk rijping bijgedragen en blijft ondanks het succes op de eerste een mogelijkheid tot expressie en zelfonderzoek.
The tables of Studio Peer can be admired at Amersfoort Art.
Working from expression and innovation; the artworks of Carolina Paulussen often have a classic theme, with a very modern twist. Her recent work can be described as a lyrical abstract.
The artworks of Clemens Briels are collector items for lovers of top design and art. He deliberately opts for new challenges, in which he exchanges academic laws with respect to perspective and spatial division for his own view on antipodism.
Already at a young age Jan Cremer was an original and almost possessed artist, who loves to work. Many years of traveling, painting and writing followed, while he continued to publish travel reports in renowned magazines.
Barbara de Jong
Barbara de Jong is able to create dreamy landscapes, fragrant floral compositions and lively animal performances in almost all techniques, as well as expressive abstract color combinations.
Original miniature paintings by Quraish. Acrylic on wood.
The brightly colors and the recognizable forms of Jean-Paul Marsman are grand, cartoonish and grotesque. The work is an experience; intense and full. A positive 'smile' in a chaotic society.
Ada Breedveld experiments with colors, materials and different themes. The sometimes spasmodic realism is exchanged by imaginative, colorful and especially cheerful combinations.
The comic art of Guillermo Forchino is now available in a limited number of edtions.
Bart van Oijen
Bart van Oijen is mainly busy with brightly colored lyrical abstract work; his techniques include acrylic paint on canvas and mixed techniques on canvas and paper.
Jos van Beek
The work of Jos van Beek beathes an atmosphere of cheerfulness, optimism, warmth, wonder and satisfaction with earthly existence. The paintings are the living proof.
The photos by Tanneke Peetoom are unique. The clear portrait photographs are always made with natural light and have a romantic look. She likes to use antique hair styles and clothing.
Her colorful paintings show how light reflects in the water. Mysterious reflections,the water’s edge,and flowers are important elements in her work.
was last modified: December 20th, 2019 by Michael Hurenkamp