New Illusions #1 Painting by Bonnie Severien

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Royal Palace Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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With King Willem-Alexander and Benno Tempel (Director Art Museum The Hague, Netherlands)
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New Illusions #1

Bonnie Severien

Netherlands

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Size: 118.1 W x 78.7 H x 0.8 D in

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Painting: Acrylic on Canvas.

This painting was a finalist chosen by King Willem-Alexander for the Royal Awards for Modern Painting in the Netherlands, and has been exhibited in the Royal Palace Amsterdam.

The Royal Award for Modern Painting is an incentive award that was created to encourage talented young painters who are active in the Netherlands in their artistic development.
A jury of artists, curators, and art critics nominate only 24 artists for the exhibition at the Royal Palace in Amsterdam. Bonnie Severien was chosen no less than five times as a finalist at the Award.

The Royal Award for Modern Painting was instituted by King William III in 1871, and subsequently developed by Queen Emma, Queen Wilhelmina, Queen Juliana, Queen Beatrix and King Willem-Alexander into a tradition of royal commitment to painting.

In the New Illusions series I have used The Golden Rule to create an abstract, geometric and harmonious order. The paintings react to changing light and shadow and question the symbiosis between illusion and reality.

In my abstract paintings I have been inspired by the symbolic and abstract art of Kandinsky as well as the art of Piet Mondriaan and De Stijl.

Two of the New Illusions paintings were published in newspaper Le Monde Diplomatique, Paris France.


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