Frieda

“Frieda”
Mixed media on wood panel
24″ x 24″

This piece is part of the Queer History Project
Based on courageous Frieda Belinfante.

Acrylics.

The texture in this piece was made with silk paper.
It contains jute string, cotton string, fabric and beads.

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!

 

Sjoerd

MM19 - Sjoerd

“Sjoerd”
(Dutch name, pronounced “Shoort” with English pronunciation)
Mixed media on wood panel

24″ x 18″

This piece is part of the Queer History Project
Based on courageous Sjoerd Bakker.

Acrylics and markers. The collage in this piece contains fiber paste, mica, buttons and scissors from a vintage fair, glass beads, needles, zipper and cotton thread.

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!

La Colorada


MM05 - La Colorada
“La Colorada” / “The redheaded girl”

Mixed media on wood panel
12″ x 12″
SOLD

This piece is part of the Queer History Project
Based on Wigstock.

Acrylics, watercolors and India ink.

The collage in this piece contains sequins, rhinestones and gold leaf.

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!

Willem

MM03 - Willem
“Willem”

Mixed media on wood panel
24″ x 12″
This piece is part of the Queer History Project
Based on the life and art of Willem Arondéus.

Acrylics, India ink, markers.

The collage in this piece contains corduroy, leather, cotton fabric, Fuji Instamax instant photograph, sequins, Swarovski cristals, wood, tacks, glass beads, fiber paste, jewellery hooks, jute string, organic material from the beach.

Transfer on blue panel and photograph on green panel by the artist.

Transfers on brown and green panels are public domain anti-nazi propaganda designs by Willem Arondéus.

The dying” image accompanying the poem by A. Roland Holst: http://www.geheugenvannederland.nl/?/nl/items/KONB16:57716676

The eighteen dead” : http://www.geheugenvannederland.nl/?/nl/items/EVDO03:UBL01_DEJONG_138b

Refer to the acrylic paintings general care guidelines for your reference.

No spray paint was used in the making of this piece.

Comments and questions are always welcome!