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Rhododendron Vase green

Rhododendron vase green
Material: peat, Rhododendron leafs and oilpaint
Size: 90 x 50 cm

This vase is part of the Pantanal series.

De Mariaan

De Mariaan
Material: Peat and oilpaint
Size: 80 x 50 x 30 cm

A creature from the deepest sea on earth The Mariana Trench

Fuscum vase

Material: peat and oilpaint
Size: 50 x 60 cm

Green vase

Fungi vase 2 top view
Material: peat, oilpaint and waste glass
Size: 35 x Ø17 cm

Pantanal exhibition

Exhibition ‘Pantanal’ with a lot of different vases.
The vases belong also to the project ‘reuse waste glass’.

Mummia regen

Mummia rain 2020
Part of the exhibition ‘Mummia, driven by uncertainty’
Installation: a circle of little pieces ( more than 800 pieces) of coloured peat which looks like little pieces of bogsbodies. In the middle a little peat vase with Mummia on it. Mummia was a powder of ground bogbodies you could realy get in the pharmacies in the last century. It sound rediculous but don’t we, human beings, do such things nowadays? Think of the ground horns of the hippo’s! Some people still have the belief this powder gives them extra strenght. Superstition is not always harmless, it kills a lot of innocent animals. And for the Mummia powder also a lot of innocent people were killed. In this installions I show how many bogbodies you need for a small bottle of powder!
Size: wide 250 x 450 cm



Materiaal: Brons
Afmeting: 25 x 25 x 30 cm

Voorstudie: pastelkrijt op doek



Mummia vaas

Materiaal: turf, glas en olieverf
Hoort ook bij het project ‘hergebruik van glas met turf’

Material: peat, glass and oilpaint
Also from the project ‘reuse of glass’.