Art event Zonheuvel Doorn
From 16-19 juli 2021 the annual Art Event is held at Zonheuvel Conference Centre Doorn.Visual artists from Southeast Utrecht exhibit their paintings, pictures, scupltures, ceramic and other art forms in the beautiful castle-garden . The Kunstgilde Art society is also represented with a stand adjacent to the castle.
Hidden talents exposed
From saturday july 3 till thursday july 29 2021 the Kunstgilde-sculptors exhibit their sculps in the Kunstgilde Gallerie, Kerkplein 10 , Leersum. Some sculptors surprise exhibiting paintings and other artforms They gladly expose their orher artistical skills. Due to Covid 19 no offcial opening is planned but you are more than welcome in the following weekends.
A bright New Year
Trying to look ahead all the time a rock pops up obscuring a clear prospect for 2021. Keeping the rock in mind we started climbing the rock and gradually a sundrenched landscape was arising. We wish you a new year bathing in a radiating sun and opening up bright prospects for all of you.
José and Frank
Exhibition Rehabilitationcentre Doorn
Exhibition at the Military Rehabilitationcentre Doorn
from oktober 2 2020 - januari 9 2021. The painting-exhibition
is open for visitors from 12.00 till 21.00 in the therapy- building : address:Korte Molenweg 3 3941 PW Doorn
Information: Carla van Vlaanderen tel 0343-598405
Look at the society's veranda
It is worthwile in july 2020 to look at the Art-society’s veranda. What you see is a great variety of wooden and stone sculptures. Large and smal, Figurative and abstract. In short a visit to the Kerkplein is fun during Covid 19.
Look at art on the church square
Due to Covid 19 the Kunstgilde Heuvelrug Art-society cannot organize exhibitions in its gallery but the society found however a way out. Eightteen sculptors exhibit sculptures in the society's veranda in june 2020. www. kunstgildeheuvelrug.nl address: Kerkplein 10 3956 BW Leersum.
Exhibition Kunstgilde Heuvelrug
From 1 februari – 5 maart 2020 the painter Jaap van der Meer, the sculptors Wout Epping, Klaas Leene, Stéphanie Maul and Frank Renssen and the photographers Wim Keetbaas and Hans Neecke exhibit at the Kunstgilde Heuvelrug, Kerkplein 10 Leersum. The exhibition will take place at saturday februari 1 at 16.00.
Dark prospects, gloomy forecasts and threatening consequences of climate change could nearly make you low spirited. Some positive news and initiatives however appear too, enhancing new energy and even produce effects on a larger scale.
We therefore wish you a new year beaming with light and room for positive experiences., a source for new energy.
New elan for Atelierroute Driebergen
For years art lovers could yearly visit art studios in Driebergen in the first weekend of october. Last year art lovers waited in vain, but this year a group of visual artists organized a new arttrail.Thirty artists open their studios again from 12.00 -17.00 on saturday 5 and sunday october 6 2019. The Arttrail Driebergen comprises a large variety of painters, ceramists, sculptors, bookbinder, weavers, textile designers and photographers. I also participate with paintings and sculptures (no 24 on the arttrail ) For more information please look at www.atelierroutedriebergen.nl
From march 2 - april 4 2019 Klaas Leene and Jan van Treuren exhibit their sulptures and Mary Oortwijn and Frank Renssen exhibit their paintings at the Kunstgilde Heuvelrug art centre.
Suddenly it becomes spring. Leaves unfold and buds burst open. A wide variety of colours occur as at a painter's pallette. . Flowers invite you to look, to absorb the scents and cautiously touch the petals. Trees and shrubs develop fifty shades of green, yellow and white. Your eyes and ears can hardly cope with the overwhelming variety.
Nature inspires resulting in oil paintings and watercolours. Flowres, trees ,rocks and seascapes are my favourites.
A hopeful new year
Last november we visited Westlake Village, Agoura and Malibu and saw Woolsey Fire’s impact and size: black burned mountain slopes, carbonized chapperal, and destroyed homes but also homes which the fire brigade was able to save. An area of 39234 ha was burned and nearly 300000 people were evacuated. Impressive valley oaks still stand in a gray blackened valley but were visibly affected by fire. The rain finally came and a few days later pieces of grass appeared through the black blanket of ash and carbonized plants. Little by little greening brings the gloomy landscape back to life. Will the valley oaks survive?
A hopeful new year