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ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

“Do what you love”|| “and love what you do”||

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ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

“Do what you love”|| “and love what you do”||

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ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

“Do what you love”|| “and love what you do”||

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ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

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ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

“I surrender myself to the canvas”

There are three things that spring into view across my oeuvre: color, texture and layering. I work on gut instinct, giving expression to feelings and emotion. For me, they are non-figurative by definition; they’re too complex, versatile and variable to be captured in any concrete form. There’s always a certain tension present. 

Overpowering sensation

When I paint, I experience an overpowering sensation. This intensity is the essence of my work. I’m never pensive or reluctant when I dive into my painting. I ‘throw’ myself at a canvas—intuitive, energetic, with broad gestures and coarse, unrestrained brush strokes or splashes. Carving and rubbing. Scraping, scrapping and rebuilding. Emotion captured in physical gestures.

Regardless of the differences

Regardless of the differences in the appearance of the collections, the style of work and materials are the same. However, I employ different techniques, experimenting with my materials, making use of powdered pigments, pastels and acrylic paints. 

Pushing boundaries

It is all based around pushing boundaries, testing, challenging, practicing, reinventing and most of all, searching.

“I surrender myself to the canvas”

There are three things that spring into view across my oeuvre: color, texture and layering. I work on gut instinct, giving expression to feelings and emotion. For me, they are non-figurative by definition; they’re too complex, versatile and variable to be captured in any concrete form. There’s always a certain tension present. 

Overpowering sensation

When I paint, I experience an overpowering sensation. This intensity is the essence of my work. I’m never pensive or reluctant when I dive into my painting. I ‘throw’ myself at a canvas—intuitive, energetic, with broad gestures and coarse, unrestrained brush strokes or splashes. Carving and rubbing. Scraping, scrapping and rebuilding. Emotion captured in physical gestures.

Regardless of the differences

Regardless of the differences in the appearance of the collections, the style of work and materials are the same. However, I employ different techniques, experimenting with my materials, making use of powdered pigments, pastels and acrylic paints. 

Pushing boundaries

It is all based around pushing boundaries, testing, challenging, practicing, reinventing and most of all, searching.

ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

“I surrender myself to the canvas”

There are three things that spring into view across my oeuvre: color, texture and layering. I work on gut instinct, giving expression to feelings and emotion. For me, they are non-figurative by definition; they’re too complex, versatile and variable to be captured in any concrete form. There’s always a certain tension present. 

Overpowering sensation

When I paint, I experience an overpowering sensation. This intensity is the essence of my work. I’m never pensive or reluctant when I dive into my painting. I ‘throw’ myself at a canvas—intuitive, energetic, with broad gestures and coarse, unrestrained brush strokes or splashes. Carving and rubbing. Scraping, scrapping and rebuilding. Emotion captured in physical gestures.

Regardless of the differences

Regardless of the differences in the appearance of the collections, the style of work and materials are the same. However, I employ different techniques, experimenting with my materials, making use of powdered pigments, pastels and acrylic paints.

Pushing boundaries

It is all based around pushing boundaries, testing, challenging, practicing, reinventing and most of all, searching.

ASTRID VAN DEN BOSCH

“I surrender myself to the canvas”

There are three things that spring into view across my oeuvre: color, texture and layering. I work on gut instinct, giving expression to feelings and emotion. For me, they are non-figurative by definition; they’re too complex, versatile and variable to be captured in any concrete form. There’s always a certain tension present. 

Overpowering sensation

When I paint, I experience an overpowering sensation. This intensity is the essence of my work. I’m never pensive or reluctant when I dive into my painting. I ‘throw’ myself at a canvas—intuitive, energetic, with broad gestures and coarse, unrestrained brush strokes or splashes. Carving and rubbing. Scraping, scrapping and rebuilding. Emotion captured in physical gestures.

Regardless of the difference

Regardless of the differences in the appearance of the collections, the style of work and materials are the same. However, I employ different techniques, experimenting with my materials, making use of powdered pigments, pastels and acrylic paints.

Pushing boundaries

It is all based around pushing boundaries, testing, challenging, practicing, reinventing and most of all, searching.

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