Zomer workshops: mixed media

In deze workshops komen volgende onderwerpen aan bod:

welke materialen zijn interessant, hoe een beeld overbrengen op een andere drager, monotype technieken, werken met pigmenten, methoden om lagen over lagen te leggen, compositieproblemen oplossen…

We werken op klein formaat zodat er veel uitgeprobeerd kan worden in korte tijd

Maximum 4 deelnemers, dus individuele begeleiding.

Datum: 8, 9 en 10 juli 2019  van 9u30 tot 12u en/of van 13u30 tot 16u

Adres: 3020 Winksele

Bijdrage: 35 euro per dagdeel. Materiaalgebruik inbegrepen. Eigen materiaal meebrengen kan, maar hoeft niet. Inschrijven voor meerdere dagdelen mogelijk. (Eventueel lunchpakketje meebrengen.)

Info en inschrijven per mail.

annebrems@gmail.com

www.annebrems.com

Welkom!

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Kunstroute Leuven 2019

 

Kunstroute Leuven 2019

Zondag 28 april, woensdag 1 mei en zondag 5 mei, telkens tussen 10u en 18u

Gratis toegang

Kunstenaars zijn erg actief in regio Leuven. Wil je dit zelf ervaren? Kunstroute-Leuven biedt je die kans. Op zondag 28 april, woensdag 1 mei en zondag 5 mei 2019 (tussen 10u en 18u) stellen 40 kunstenaars hun atelier open. Ze ontvangen je, tonen hun werk en vertellen over de manier waarop dat tot stand komt. Je krijgt de gelegenheid om vragen te stellen en feedback te geven – een vruchtbare dialoog voor maker én kijker. Kunstroute-Leuven werkt al 14 jaar via deze formule, tot grote tevredenheid van zowel publiek als kunstenaars. LABO, intussen een vaste waarde naast Kunstroute-Leuven, is present met een eigen tentoonstelling. Klik hier voor meer info over LABO.

Anne Brems

Schilderkunst, Mixed media

Anne Brems zet de mens in een omgeving neer. Ze verbaast de toeschouwer en nodigt uit om te kijken, het werk te begrijpen en met de eigen fantasie verder in te vullen. Niet onmiddellijk herkenbare elementen suggereren een magische wereld. Experiment en een vleugje absurditeit zijn een rode draad.

Anne Brems
Lipselaan 18
3020 Winksele
0494 839 079

Art shows, exhibitions, publications

img_8523Exhibitions

Vresse-sur Semois: “l’Art au bord de la Semois”, 2005-2008

Zandhoven: Water Colour Artists, 2006
Antwerp: SD works ,“E-atelier”, 2007
Leuven, E-werkplaats: “In the foodsteps of Rogier Vander Weyden”, 2009

Leuven: “De wisselkamer”, 2011
OLV Waver: “Vrouwenvruchten “, 2013
Antwerp: “Herders en worsten” , 2013
Heerlen (NL): “Herders en worsten”, 2013
Leuven: “l’Eau bruist” 2014
Namur: “Small is beautiful”, 2014
Leuven, M-museum: “Blije kleuren”, 2015
Werchter: “Kunstroute Werchter”, 2015
Werchter: “Talentmix” , 2016
Werchter: “Art-o-maat “, “Art two mat” 2017-
Herent WAK: “The making Of”, 2017
Leuven: “Walking into kids shoes”, together with Elke Trittel, 2016

Concord NC, USA, ClearWater Galleries: “Visual strategies: A collaborative project”, 1/07 tot 31/08/2018

Rotselaar, Tildonk, Leuven, Meerbeek, Werchter: “Diep in het geheugen van de papavers”: traveling groups exhibition t’Alent, september–december 2018

Tienen, Artmini, december 2018

planned for 2019

Sobo Bade, Senegal, “GAP: the Collaborative Future”, 4-24/01/2019

Brooklyn Art Library, NY, USA, “Dislocation Sketchbook Project”, maart 2019

Kunstroute Leuven, 28 april, 1 en 5 mei 2019 www.kunstroute-leuven.be

Kunstroute Werchter 4 en 5 mei 2019 Kunstroute Werchter

NYC, USA, East village art view gallery: “GAP no/Mind Portraits”, 01/09-30/10/2019

De schuur van A: “Miniatura” Leuven 12-13oktober

Publications

Imagine, 2011, 2012 (speciale editie)

Monika Macken: Ideart, nr 6, 2014

Carl Heyward in: John Hopper: Inspirational, 20, nov 2018 (co-work met Christine Verhaert)

 

Online galleries

China Artbank

Global Art project: Frag project

frags:
the fragments, the raw materials that might become elements of mixed-media collages or paintings…torn found papers, billboard-tears, fabric, found shopping lists, photos and negatives, discarded canvas and throw-away’s that are given new life by another artist who incorporates these raw materials into something new; a way to collaborate via the mail and internet as well as in-person…
mixed-media work derived from the exchange between members of Global Art Project; relinquishing responsibility or ownership going beyond the original intention of an image or idea broken down into fragments ( frags) resulting in a deconstruction, a re-ordering of the visual universe into new ways of seeing…

One of the most significant examples of this practice is the giant Dada quilt GAP created assembled by Akiko Suzuki in Osaka and San Francisco in 2016 for the SF International Arts Festival’s “dada here and now” exhibition curated by Carl Heyward, Matthew McKinley and Hanna Regev titled The Mystery of Love, Anger and Delusion ( soap-bubbles), a 3.5 ‘ x 32 ‘ work derived from over 2,000 frags from the international membership.

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Global Art project: proud member of GAP

How it started

Originally Carl Heyward (San Francisco, California USA) and Lorna Crane (New South Wales, Australia) began a friendship and correspondence via Heyward’s KNEE(jerk) Fragmentation (mail art ) PROJECT in 2011 which consists of a one-for-one exchange of post card sized art works made exclusively for the project that has attracted over 500 artist- participants and produced over 3,000 individual art works.

The idea of fragmentation is central to his aesthetic mission in that the pieces of a culture, the debris, the archaeological products of waste and discard give evidence of culturally assigned value and worth; of conscious and sublimated preoccupations of contemporary culture and that their combination through collage, assemblage and other art methods allows a reading of place and time that includes and transcends these elements.

In expanding their inclusion of other artists in the aforementioned and similar projects, Heyward and Crane added painter Joan Stennick of San Francisco; Akiko Suzuki an award winning contemporary quilt maker from Osaka, Japan; the self-taught Vered Gersztenkorn (Tel Aiv, Israel) a painter-collagist; and Chaewon Laura Oh of Seoul, Korea a multi-media artist and accomplished portraitist, completing the GLOBAL ART PROJECT in November 2013.

How it works now

GAP ( global art project ) is a group of international artists working in various media, promoting collaboration, experimentation and mutual development of art practice .

Our work reflects individual, personal and global concerns by virtue of intention. We are creating and exhibiting work that allows the freedom of expression by the very opportunity to communicate beyond language and culture with diverse artists form all over the world while remaining open to the opportunities of the moment.

We are linked by activity in mixed-media art practice, which may be reduced to working with the materials at hand and has antecedents in collage, assemblage, found-object and related practice.

The diverse group of painters, mixed-media artists, textile, photo and collage practitioners share a common interest in what they term FRAGMENTATION: the taking of disparate elements (FRAGS) not ordinarily associated with art practice and combining them with creative passion, inventive ingenuity and above all, a belief in the democratization of the art process from inception to execution to presentation to acquisition.

GAP collaborative activity is a vehicle for stimulation and enhanced creative discovery having experienced the rewards of group interaction and the illuminating effect in enhancing personal practice.

Global Art Project

Studying art, a life long learning

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Art Studies:

Académie des Beaux-Arts de Namur: Atelier pluridisciplinaire, filière de qualification. Sophie Lestrate
SLAC Stedelijke Academie De Lei, Leuven: Middelbare Graad, Katrin Bosmans

Oil painting technique: classes and work at the studio of Jef Bertels

Drawing classes Jef bertels and Nina Stoupina
Mixed Media Techniques: class of Nina Stoupina
Wisper, Leuven, classes of Liesbet Verschueren:
Kunstwerk(t): E-atelier jaarreeks (2006-2007) and E-werkplaats (2008-2009)
Batik, Aquarel; Nyoman Suradnya, Ubud, Bali (2005, 2009)

The studio journey; Nancy Hillis, USA (2017-2018)

Global Art Project; Carl Heyward, USA (2018- )

and lots of other workshops… ongoing interests