born and living in the Netherlands, is a professional artist / fine Art painter-who specializes in abstract and expressive acrylic and oil paintings. After several courses and workshops she has the five-year part time training painting and art history at the Academy of fine arts in Arendonk (Belgium) successfully completed.
She graduated also with great distinction for specialization painting at the Academy of fine arts in Arendonk (Belgium).
Her inspiration and work development are the images of the world and especially leaving resorts and decay they are inexhaustible.
In her paintings is depth and consistency, the brush strokes and the density of the form keep each other in balance as well as the composition and use of colour.
All her works are signed on the back side. On request, they will sign on the front side.
* 2017 NOMINATED FOR PALM ART AWARD 2017
Based on a renewed careful review of her artwork in advance of the 2017 competition cycle is she nominated and kindly invited to the PALM ART AWARD 2017 as one of the first nominees with her recent artworks.
* More information: www.gerryvankerkhof.com
* 2014 September until January 2015. Fifteen of her paintings are exhibited in Alta Ripa Castle in Oud-Turnhout (Belgium).
* 2014 July until January 2015. Six of her paintings are exhibited in the mayor room of the Town Hall Arendonk (Belgium).
* 2013 January till March. Some of her works of art was exhibited in the "Kruithuis" (in the Old Powder Magazine) a 17th-century building of 's-Hertogenbosch. 's-Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands). the title of the exhibition was "Meeting".
* 2012 November till Decemer. Some of her works of art was exhibited in the "Kruithuis" (in the Old Powder Magazine) a 17th-century building of 's-Hertogenbosch. 's-Hertogenbosch (The Netherlands). The title of the exhibition was "Generation Event".
* 2011 July till August. Some of her works of art was exhibited in Volckaert/SBO in Oosterhout NB (the Netherlands).
*2009 October till November. Was overview exhibition of her works of art in theTown Hall of Mill (The Netherlands).