‘t Overbosch 2016

One of my favourite art manifestations is the small, low-key "Kunst in 't Overbosch" ('Art in the Overwood") in Voorhout, the Netherlands. Each year, during a weekend in August, this little wood is host to 20-30 local artists, working "plein air" on various pieces of arts in an impressive variety of techniques. The wood provides... Continue Reading →

Autumn 2017, 4 – Seasons

One of my favourite art manifestations is the small, low-key "Kunst in 't Overbosch" ('Art in the Overwood") in Voorhout, the Netherlands. Each year, during a weekend in August, this little wood is host to 20-30 local artists, working "plein air" on various pieces of arts in an impressive variety of techniques. The wood provides... Continue Reading →

Fishy, 2014

(sold) Fascinated by the form, exploring the same cone-cut-out ... I was in a rush to ready my fish sculptures for an exhibition but had no proper plinth for them. Scrambling for a solution, the idea of making them out of plaster seemed to come from nowhere. Initially I considered it a temporary solution, but... Continue Reading →

Going somewhere …, 2014 & 2017

This is a scaled down imprint of my right foot, made for an exhibition themed "voyage." I was remodelling our attic and the floor was quite dusty from sanding plaster from the ceiling. I lightly moistered a coloured paper and placed my foot on it. I scanned the resulting image and scaled it down to... Continue Reading →

Eggdyfying, 2014

Eggdyfying, or "egg multiples." Ceramic eggs made from moulds from 9 different hardboiled eggs. You can read more on the "multiples" on the "insights page"    

Essence of France, may 2013

The "catalogue" text: Essence of France” is een opstapeling van verwijzingen naar haar visie over Frankrijk waardoor het en sterk symbolisch karakter krijgt. Volgens Lisbeth rust het Frankrijk van nu op de schouders van Charles de Gaulle. Charles de Gaulle is zowel de “stamvader” van de 5e Republique en een schakel naar het verleden. De... Continue Reading →

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