Materials: Brass, wood, pigments & resin
With color pigments from the original painting Van Voorbergen communicates with Ruysch’s work while translating them to the minimalistic, monochrome, and circular shaped objects. The intensity of the color initiated by the depth of the carvings. Scattered pieces stimulate the viewer to take a step back and capture the whole of the installation in its abstract form with a subtle reference of a bouquet. The structured wooden panels are submerged in a monochrome pigmented epoxy. Van Voorbergen wanted to give the submergence of these machine-made landscapes a sense of eternalization.
A ramification of this installation is the availability of the centre piece of the installation (120cm in diameter) which will be available in all the colors used in the installation.
Price upon request
Through her minimalistic round art forms she focusses on the idea of eternal movement. In her current series ‘Through the Brass Eye of the Beholder’ she evokes a certain feeling in the viewer through her use of colour, visual depth, texture and natural flow.
All works are unique pieces, signed by the artist and certified with original papers
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