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Pereboom lives in the north of the Netherlands. There is a lot of water, several big lakes. The Frisian love this water and dutch like skating in the winter and sailing during the summer. 

This sculpture "Dutch like skating 3" is a combination from sailing and skating. The sails are made from blue and white  semi transparant glass. The glass is kinformed with a little bit texture in it. The sculpture is made with a original old wooden skate with resin, wood , black and gold acrylic.
Pereboom lives in the north of the Netherlands. There is a lot of water, several big lakes. The Frisian love this water and dutch like skating in the winter and sailing during the summer. 

This sculpture "Dutch like skating 3" is a combination from sailing and skating. The sails are made from blue and white  semi transparant glass. The glass is kinformed with a little bit texture in it. The sculpture is made with a original old wooden skate with resin, wood , black and gold acrylic.
Pereboom lives in the north of the Netherlands. There is a lot of water, several big lakes. The Frisian love this water and dutch like skating in the winter and sailing during the summer. 

This sculpture "Dutch like skating 3" is a combination from sailing and skating. The sails are made from blue and white  semi transparant glass. The glass is kinformed with a little bit texture in it. The sculpture is made with a original old wooden skate with resin, wood , black and gold acrylic.
Pereboom lives in the north of the Netherlands. There is a lot of water, several big lakes. The Frisian love this water and dutch like skating in the winter and sailing during the summer. 

This sculpture "Dutch like skating 3" is a combination from sailing and skating. The sails are made from blue and white  semi transparant glass. The glass is kinformed with a little bit texture in it. The sculpture is made with a original old wooden skate with resin, wood , black and gold acrylic.
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Dutch like skating 3 Sculpture

Hanneke Pereboom

Netherlands

Sculpture, Glass on Glass

Size: 12 W x 13 H x 3 D in

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Pereboom lives in the north of the Netherlands. There is a lot of water, several big lakes. The Frisian love this water and dutch like skating in the winter and sailing during the summer. This sculpture "Dutch like skating 3" is a combination from sailing and skating. The sails are made from blue and white semi transparant glass. The glass is kinformed with a little bit texture in it. The sculpture is made with a original old wooden skate with resin, wood , black and gold acrylic.

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Sculpture:Glass on Glass

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Size:12 W x 13 H x 3 D in

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Hanneke Pereboom is a Dutch artist who has exhibited and sold her collections in both th Netherlands and abroad since 1996. Hanneke started as a sculptress, but decided in the absence of colour to expand her artistic horizon. As a real auto-didactic. Hanneke taught herself to work with different tecniques and materials, which has led to astonishging paintings and different art works made from glass. Hannek lives and work in her own studio in Oudehorne, the Netherlands where she also provides workshops and classes.

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