You can pre-order the print that i’m going to make during my trip to Porto now. The print i’m going to make will be in the line of my drawings, but with influences that the city of Porto will give me. So this is your chance to order it.
The second trip of The Jaunt is taking us to the beautiful coastlines of the city Porto in Portugal. While the northern provinces of Portugal are known for it’s production of the Port wine, the coastline is widely known for it’s superb surfing opportunities. Meanwhile the most exciting and interesting contemporary art and illustration is largely coming from Porto, instead of the capital Lisbon.
The Dutch artist Collin van der Sluijs is based in Maastricht, in the most southern part of the Netherlands. For his trip he will travel down south even more to enjoy the atmosphere, culture and people of Porto. Collin’s work is best described as the personal pleasures and struggles in his daily life, translated to his own visual language. It will be very interesting to see what he comes back with after spending five days in Porto, and how this translate to his art.
Dates: 17-21 June, 2013
Specifications of the screen print:
Limited edition of 50
Signed and numbered by the artist
Printed on 250 grams revive paper
3 color screen print
50 x 70 cm
All sales are final. No refunds are possible.
Screen prints will be send out in the second week of July 2013
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You can order the print that will be made during the trip here:Here at The Jaunt shop
Mural in Hasselt, Belgium, together with Super-A and Rutger Termohlen. It’s at the ‘Slachthuiskaai’ at the old club called the ‘Versuz’
A big thank you to Kurt Bosmans for having us.
These two are up in the Store
Walls Gallery proudly presents:
‘Urban and Beyond’
8 artists present their recent work
From 10 April until 19 may 2013
Participating artists: Tamme de Boer, Graphic Surgery, Remko Koopman, ROYALSTEEZ, Collin van der Sluijs, Paul Tas,
Six artists who all had their roots at the streets will now show the public that the graffiti scene was one of the best training schools, but they have moved on to the next level. The link with street art in their works is unmistakable, recognizable by swiftness in the pencil strokes and directness in the image. This in combination with their technical qualities and own signatures makes their art fresh and vibrant. The contemporary art world should be warned: the next generation is here to stay!
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Specifically for this exhibition in Walls Gallery, Graphic Surgery created a stunning mural on the 4×4 meter wall at the back of the gallery.
Sunday 7 April
16 – 18 hours
Started a new work this week titled ‘The Parade’ With animals that i saw around me since childhood.Growing up in a small village gave me the chance to see them and be fascinated by them.To be honest, i’ve always been more interested in animals instead of humans. So i’m painting a dedication to them in a parade. More soon.
finished this new painting titled ‘Theatre’ Mixed-media on canvas, 160 x 140 cm.
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Next weekend will be the opening of the ‘Alles Goes’ Exhibition, with paintings and drawings by Marcel Thelen, Super-A and me. Photography by Sjoerd Bijlsma.
This is the first time we collaborate together in a show, we work together for over 20 years, started as wild teenagers, but never showed our work in one space so it’s a lot of fun to do this, especially in our hometown where it all started.
This is a new space in Goes from Van Berkel Art, beside their location in Vlissingen, so come out and have a good time with us on the 2nd of march. Luctor Et Emergo!
The opening is from 16.00 till 20.00
Van Berkel galerie:
Van Berkel Art, ‘s-Heer Hendrikskinderenstraat 10, Goes.