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October 27th, 2010 #1
oct 27th 2010 - Jerney de Wilde 'sketches'
After receiving the 'are-you-still-alive?'-email from CA I noticed how active I used to be here and decided it has helped me a lot in my progress throughout the years and I should pick up that habit . (really cute to see my older work here hehe)
Alright, a little introduction: I'm a 23 year old artist/designer from The Netherlands. I'm studying Fine Art in Rotterdam, I live in The Hague where I have my studio with 3 other artists .
I studied Illustration for 3 years and then switched to Fine Art and am in my final year right now. My website is www.jerneydewilde.nl which is, as we speak, highly under construction! I will copy some posts from my blog to give a small introduction of my work and will update this thread as regularly as my personal blog (which I hope will become more active by posting it here and on DA as well!)
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Hide this ad by registering as a memberOctober 27th, 2010 #2
FINISHED WORKS (to give an impression)
April 2009 | The way you are
March 2009 | Hold it
December 2008 | What if we would meet…
September 2008 | Only she does
(Older illustrational work)
Installation | September 2010
The first sentence and other elements of a text written during my stay in the B.a.d. Foundation garden. While working on the project me and my dog Wicc shared several moments of ‘calmness’ which became the inspiration for my text and installation.
This work was made in a masterclass by Marc Bijl, which was part of Witte de With’s Morality project. A group of 10 artist were asked to create work for a one day expo at Foundation B.a.d. The theme of the masterclass was The Individual vs. The Collective and was meant to relate to your own work in a different way.
October 27th, 2010 #3
MY BLOG UPDATES
June 1st, 2010 |
July 13th, 2010 | Hands WIP
July 13th, 2010 | Flyers are Hard Work
The flyers Robin and I designed for the Lord of the Flies Expo at De KunstSuper turned out to be quite some work, while we had to add our little almost-real-perforation by hand. We printed a lot of flyers, so some artists from the expo lent Wai Sue and me a hand.
October 27th, 2010 #4