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About the artist
Elise Eekhout
Elise Eekhout
Have you ever considered how special it is that we can read? Text is nothing but a series of characters in a row, to which we have assigned meanings. We can experience a whole range of feelings and emotions just by looking at those signs. From an ear...
Material
acrylics and metallic leaf foil on canvas. The canvas is stretched on a 4 cm wooden stretcher.
Size
50x100 cm
Price
990 € incl. vat, excl. shipping & customs
Delivery within ca. 7 days
During the Corona-lockdowns facebook seemed like a good alternative to promote art. But it appeared that many men were very lonely because of the lockdown. As a result, those men on facebook did see the artist but not see the art. Eekhout got lots and lots of messages from men looking for someone to chat with. She decided to use these messages and incorporated a selection into her artworks. This artworks shows a beautiful line drawing of a naked woman seen on the back. The painting is in warm yellow and orange and red colors with details in gold and copper. The painting is ready to hang. Because the sides are painted there is no need for a frame. Eekhout wrote the texts with leaf metal. Because of this the changing incidence of light during the day ensures that the texts stand out more or less.
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About the artist
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Elise Eekhout

Elise Eekhout

Netherlands
Have you ever considered how special it is that we can read? Text is nothing but a series of characters in a row, to which we have assigned meanings. We can experience a whole range of feelings and emotions just by looking at those signs. From an early age, artist Elise Eekhout has been fascinated by letters. When Eekhout looks at letters, she sees beautifully designed figures. What she finds so fascinating is that we don’t or hardly don’t see those signs anymore once we can read. You are immediately transported to the world behind the letters. Based on this fascination, Elise wants to show how text and image intertwine in her head. She does this by making paintings in which she interweaves image and text. The images that conjured up in her head when reading are not razor sharp and well defined. They are freagments, impressions, feelings. That’s why Elise combines multiple layers of coarse strokes with fragments of detailed, fine handwritten texts. Because she writes the texts with metallic foils, the letters reflect the light in a different way each time you walk by. This way the artwork seems to change and lead a life of its own. Elise Eekhout is a graphic designer from origin. She started her own graphic design company during her studies at St. Joost Art School (Breda, The Netherlands). Here too, her fascination for letters and the combination of text and image played a major role. But a few years ago, she decided she wanted to create work that is much closer to herself. That is why Elise is working as a professional artist since 2020. Both the Scryption Museum (Tilburg) and the Meermanno Museum (The Hague) showed her work. In 2021 her work was shown at a number of exhibitions in India. She sells her work both within and outside Europe.
Liza 03
Liza 05
Maybe I love you too | summer love
Facebook Conversations 08
The Taste of Colors 03 | Abstract Tulips
Liza 04
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Velvet Skin
Slumber 05 | Pink and White flower
The Taste of Colors 04 | Abstract Tulips
Liza 01
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This Woman | Elegant nude in the shower
The Taste of Colors 05 | Abstract Tulips
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Slumber 04 | Orange & Yellow Flowers
Roxanne
Taste of Colors 01 | Abstract Tulip