Kika Notten

Kika Notten, a lover of nature since childhood, channels her outdoor experiences into paintings centered around nature. She seeks hidden treasures in everyday surroundings, finding beauty in bare branches, solitary trees, and the reflections on pond surfaces. Her photos serve as blueprints for her artwork. With a background in art history and experience in museums and architecture, Kika ...
Paméla Maria (1965) graduated at the Design Academy Eindhoven in 1989. In 1990-‘91, she received a starting grant from the The Mondriaan Fund for the further development of her work. Last year she received the ‘Woman’s Art Award 2020’ from Musa Art Space/Unesco. She lives and works ...
Hendrik Dijk studied at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy under architect Jan Rietveld and ceramist Jan van der Vaart. He obtained his MFA at the New York Academy of Art when he lived in the USA, where he was high school art teacher. His present focus is on illusionist geometric work, the Kader Series. The origin of this work ...
Hetty Huisman is a captivating sculptor known for her diverse materials and intriguing shapes. Mastering clay, wood, steel, bronze, and resins, she has recently focused on zinc. Her sculptures possess a distinct personal style, with smooth surfaces, soft curves, and sharp lines, representing reality through simplicity. Meticulously ...
Malou Nahuys is a visual artist whose art is centered around the exploration of what defines a space, the search for the liminal. She has a fascination with the elusive nature of reality. Her paintings are imbued with a sense of mystery and intrigue, inviting the viewer to lose themselves in the complex interplay of spaces. ...
Erik Timmermans creates both Conceptual and Figurative work, including illustrations. In his Platte Art-series of paintings and objects, Erik builds colourful façade structures, using elements of the prefabricated, grey flats from the former GDR (the Plattenbauten). The story behind the facades is at least as important as ...
Hanne Winkler's paintings are a remarkable reflection of the ironic beauty she finds in her life lived in big cities such as Hong Kong and London. With a keen eye, she uncovers the captivating textures and expressions that emerge from the urban landscape. Her artistic creations are vibrant, beautiful, and utterly captivating, as they lead viewers to unravel new ...
Arno Hoogland is an Amsterdam based product designer and interior architect. With a background in design and woodworking he combines modern production techniques with traditional crafts and model making. Through experimentation with movement, light, form and texture his work explores human behavior within spaces and towards objects. His work ...
In a time where the mobile phone is used by many to take a snapshot, I take my time to understand the subject (mostly buildings) and what the quintessence of the architect / designer in question has been. I compare my first introduction with the subject to be photographed as if fitting on a new piece of clothing. In ...
Photographer Chris Brown enjoys portraiture and exploring projects using both natural and studio lighting. A fan of art history, many of his images incorporate Renaissance techniques like sfumato and chiaroscuro. 1stprize the London Photo Show, 2020. Member of Studio Scheef, Den Haag ...
Silvia Strobos is a dutch artist who lives and works in Switzerland since 1998. After attending the Higher School for design and Communication, she got her master degree in History of Arts and Science at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. In Switzerland she decided to deepen her skills of art in a more practical way and intensively took art ...
Daria Lavrova is a graphic artist and illustrator, working in Amsterdam. Artistic style of Daria Lavrova bases on the tradition of analytical drawing and is influenced by cubism and constructivism directions in art. Urban and industrial aesthetics is the major source of inspiration and the core theme of her works. ...