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Valentine’s Edition Ten Huize van

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Valentine’s Edition Ten Huize van Anita Fleerackers

Exhibition

Helga Renders, Lydia Van Daele, Paul Dexters,
Tessa Renders, Michèle Voeten, Stef Janssens, Annette Defoort

Overview photo exhibition February 2024. Valentine's Edition Ten Huize van Anita Fleerackers.
Exhibition February 2024 © Staf Campforts

Valentine’s Edition Ten Huize van…

Exhibition

Official opening on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024 at 4 p.m. with Tom Kersemans Alderman of Culture of the Municipality of Lille as speaker. Followed by vernissage from 4 to 8 p.m.

Exhibition open on:
Feb. 1, 2, 3 and 4
Feb. 8, 9, 10 and 11
Feb. 15, 16, 17 and 18
Feb. 22, 23 and 25, 2024

Artstudio Anita Fleerackers
Hemeldonk 9
B-2275 Gierle

Belgium

Opening hours:
from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
or by appointment

Gallery Anita Fleerackers

During the Valentine’s edition of” Ten Huize van”, we will present works by Helga Renders, Lydia Van Daele, Paul Dexters, Tessa Renders, Stef Janssens, Michèle Voeten and Annette Defoort.

Here in my living space, with beautiful views of and among nature, art lovers can quietly enjoy the artworks on display.

Extra attention goes to

Helga Renders

Creates paintings in her unique style. In particular, her use of color is original, expressive and surprisingly warm. Very recognizable Helga. For example, she likes to distort realism with unusual color combinations. A hint of familiarity, but Helga gives space for imagination. New are her sculptures, sculpted and elaborated with surprising colors, Helga shows her striking talent. Click here to view her work.

Lydia van Daele

Discovers shapes in nature that she could also discover in a human body. They have grown so ingeniously beautiful in nature that Lydia does not want to change them. Lydia’s work has become so different over time, the realistic bronze has been replaced by looking for shapes in nature and cutting in wood. She is also a passionate glass artist. Click here to view her work.

Paul Dexters

Naive painting, a warm and deep use of color, family portraits and stories on canvas, that is DEP. He explores the artistic boundaries of Art-Brut and introduces a fresh approach within the art world. Less well known but his art expressions are of deep authenticity and unprecedented originality.

DEP brings his own unique voice to the world of Art Brut, adding an intriguing perspective to the art landscape. Click here to view his work.

Tessa Renders

Our youngest artist is horse driven, she brings the horse to canvas in a modern way. Tessa looks at her surroundings and portrays them trendy. Tessa is a trend setter. Click here to view her work.

Stef Janssens

Studies at KUL Leuven and has a passion for drawing and cartooning. Showcasing his very strong hand-drawn and digitally colored prints, Stef has gone through quite an evolution in a short time and comes out strong and powerful.

In 2020, Stef was winner of the Prize of the city of Turnhout for his comic strip “Alle Grenzen Voorbij”. Click here to view his work.

Michèle Voeten

Has graphic design training and brings artworks in modern designs, She experiments with modern materials. Light and movement are a recurring subject and enhance her art forms. Click here to view her work.

Annette Defoort

Her new series of ceramic sculptures have a humorous side, they are a pleasure to have them near you. Annette has been on an international journey for many years. She has many international nominations to her credit. Click here to view her work.

Anita Fleerackers

Nature? Of course Nature! Nature has always been a source of inspiration for artists. For Anita, too, it is an inexhaustible source of her inspiration.

Feelings and characters

Feelings and characters, rendered minimalist.
Over and over, hand-built in different stages, waiting, creating compositions and finding balance, over and over again. A sculpture should be well shaped, because even if you put your most beautiful color on it, when the shape is bad, the beautiful color won’t help.
Feeling the materials, taking time for this. I I call it respecting the clay, because when I work too fast the clay wraps itself up, disagrees and spits out its anger in a thousand pieces in the oven.

Beautiful colors. Pixelism!

Beautiful colors of nature in all seasons. Early in the morning, the freezing temperatures hanging in the air as the sun rises. It gives a prism to colors in the sky, or the sun, which tries to break through the nebula. The many shades of green in spring and the splendour of blossoms, summer by the sea, autumn with all shades of reddish-brown. Winter, a residual rose buried in the snow. Her paintings are memories, which, like photographs, contain thousands of pixels, built up by squares of about 1 cm by 1 cm. Pixelism! Labor-intensive but at the same time soothing, and unique.

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