Home

  • Transparent painting 'Home', three ballerinas dance in the street in front of a row of houses. With a fine white line drawing of a Hogweed (plant). Used as an award for the 'VTW Berenschot prize' for one of the three best annual reports of one of the Dutch housing associations. (VTW = Association Supervisors of Housing Associations/Vereniging Toezichthouders Woningcorporaties).
  • 45 x 65 cm
  • made in commission, in corporate collection the Netherlands

Chez Moi

  • Transparent painting of a bird and dancing people on the street in front of a row of houses. Made in commission as an award for the 'VTW Berenschot prize' for one of the three best annual reports of Dutch housing associations. (VTW = Vereniging Toezichthouders Woningcorporaties = Association of Supervisors of Housing Associations)
  • 45 x 65 cm
  • made in commission, in corporate collection the Netherlands

Marathon, on transparent

  • The Marathon is a double-layer transparent painting on a hardwood frame. The painting is made with oil paint, silver thread embroidery and mother-of-pearl buttons. On the top layer you see the two fastest female runners in the Amsterdam Marathon. Every year they run past the studio of visual artist Hester van Dapperen. The mix of fragile and industrial materials emphasizes the contrast of the vulnerable creatures running around in the vast industrial urban environment in search of their natural habitat.
  • 150 x 105 cm
  • Available in studio

Dance Figures

  • Dance Figures is a painting on linen with embroidery's. It shows six dancing women. Behind the ballet girls is an embroidery in red of traces of dance figures and a light background in many shades. Used materials are acrylic paint, pigments and medium. Colors used are light, whites with vivid, vibrant parts,like yellow, red, and orange.
  • 150 x 85 cm
  • in private collection, Amsterdam

Trees 1

  • Painting in acrylic on linen of a row of trees
  • available

The white women

  • double layered transparant painting with acrylic paint
  • 70 c 50 cm
  • In private collection Dartington, United Kingdom