Category: Exhibitions

Opening: Saturday, 6 August, 2016

Ends: Monday, 12 September, 2016

Info

As a painter, Wim is a figurative painter, but knows how to use his materials in an almost abstract way, by looking. Wim’s material research brought him in touch with Venetian Terpentine, an almost forgotten product to use with oil paint which he re-values in his work in a complete new way: not only as a medium, but as an independent ingredient.

Bertrand Catteuw was born in Wervik (B) on January 7, 1959. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Ghent Belgium, option sculpture (1984). Creates figurative sculptures modeled in clay and cast in plaster, polyester and bronze. In his work he mainly uses universal themes depicted in a realistic way. He won in 2015 the "Prize laureate Piet Staut for small sculpture". He is also an admirer of the Mexican sculptor Javier Marin.

Special guest: Greet Ketelaers

Vernissage in presence of the artist:
Saturday, August 6th, 2016 from 12.00 'till 22.00

The artists

Betrand Catteuw

Sculpture

Betrand Catteuw

Sculpture

Bertrand Catteuw creates figurative sculptures modeled in clay and cast in plaster, polyester and bronze. In his work he mainly uses universal themes depicted in a realistic way. In 2015 he won the Prize laureate Piet Staut for small sculpture. He is an admirer of the Mexican sculptor Javier Marin.

Greet Ketelaers

Sculpture ceramics/bronze

Greet Ketelaers

Sculpture ceramics/bronze

Her sculptures have a recognizable human emanation. The focus is on enlarged limbs. The poses and restrained colour are supported by the morphologic language of hands and feet.
Her clay sculptures are unique. Now and then she has a sculpture cast in bronze.

Wim Adriaenssens

Painting

Wim Adriaenssens

Painting

As a painter, Wim is a figurative painter, but knows how to use his materials in an almost abstract way, by looking. Wim’s material research brought him in touch with Venetian Terpentine, an almost forgotten product to use with oil paint which he re-values in his work in a complete new way: not only as a medium, but as an independent ingredient.

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