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Outside a little shower Drawing - Limited Edition of 5

Marthe Fuld

Netherlands

Drawing, Digital on Paper

Size: 11.7 W x 8.3 H x 0.1 D in

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It was a warm summer day with little showers now and then. We went inside the house, but still enjoyed the garden. I like to look around a lot. I draw the things I see around me. I not only like flowers, but also chairs and other things that are around me. I work on the iPad wherever I happen to be. I really enjoy playing with the possibilities that the digital drawing program Sketch offers me. I can experiment endlessly with it.

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Drawing:Digital on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:11.7 W x 8.3 H x 0.1 D in

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www.marthefuld.nl A smile for you. I paint, draw and write. With that I make matter of my thoughts. And the matter brings new ideas; a smile maybe. I am interested in many topics. You can see that in my work. Some aspects: The origin of the land on which we live. The course of the rivers, polders, time. Color and composition – matter to play with. The human body. For example sitting, cycling, ….. The human mind. For example anger, contentment,… Ordinary things that are in and around us, such as cheese, air. Language. I look relatively uninhibited and move quite freely around existing patterns. I like to play. Ever since I can hold a pencil, I have drawn and painted. I also like to write and feel at home on stage. Although I like to go through life playfully, I also want to be serious about art at the same time. Sometimes I mainly make drawings on the i-pad for a while. Partly as an autonomous work, partly as illustrations for my writing (poetry and popular scientific work). Then again I paint a period on glass dishes and bowls. In doing so, I exploit the endlessness of the bowl shape by painting over the inside and the outside and making use of the transparency of the glass. Sometimes I alternate that with making paintings on canvas. Cloth is much stiffer than glass, you can't change that. But I do try to make the canvas somewhat transparent. What has always characterized my work is that I exploit the possibilities of technology. Sometimes that: using the patterns of the digital drawing program and the ability to copy and reuse images. Then again the bowl shape with its rim that you can paint over and that allows you to paint over the inside and the outside almost at the same time. Because I color the outer shape and make use of the transparency, this produces enigmatic images. My paintings on canvas are also puzzling: by painting scenes with transparent paint on top of each other, the viewer has a lot to see and fantasize about. If I think I've mastered a technique, the fun ends for me and I try something different. Until I have given up enough of the routine and perhaps often pick up the old technique again. Several years ago I started drawing on my iPad. Weird fantasies, or the ordinary things I see around me like flowers in a vase, my partner, or the garden. I like to exploit the technical possibilities: making use of the built-in patterns, reusing images I made earlier. And I keep discovering new possibilities.

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