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Lezing bij solo-expositie

Zaterdag 16 december van 14.00 tot 15.00 uur vertel ik meer over mijn foto’s en mijn manier van werken bij de solo-expositie op Kasteel Groeneveld in Baarn. Toegang is gratis en het aantal plaatsen is beperkt dus je moet je wel even opgeven bij info@sandvoort.gallery

AAF Hamburg

Het wad bij Dorum-Neufeld, een van de foto’s die van 16 t/m 19 november te zien is tijdens de AAF Hamburg, Stand F13, Galerie Pfundt!

Landscape photo by Saskia Boelsums

Kunstmaand Ameland

During Kunstmaand Ameland, my photos are to be seen in all weather conditions at Hotel Noordsee in Nes! From November 1 up to November 30

AAF Amsterdam

From November 2 up to November 5 check out my landscape photos at Sandvoort Gallery on the AAF Amsterdam. Free tickets are available via roel@sandvoort.gallery

Landscape photo by Saskia Boelsums

Felix Schoeller Photo Award

This weekend I won the Felix Schoeller Photo Award category Landscape/Nature in Osnabrück! Felix Schoeller is the worlds most important manufacturer of printing paper for professional use. It is an international award decided upon by a very competent international jury!

Photo auction YiPArt

For the benefit photo auction of Stichting Young in Prison on October 7, I donate Landscape #11, 70×70 cm. The print on Canson Infinity Fine art paper and the floating frame are donated by Wilcovak. Works of 80 photographers will be auctioned, including Annie Leibovitz, Erwin Olaf, Hendrik Kerstens and Koos Breukel. The works can be reviewed from September 25 through October 5 from 9.00 to 21.00 at 5&33 Gallery in the art’otel Amsterdam. The auction is on Saturday October 7 from 16.00 – 19.00 hours in Paradiso Noord – Tolhuistuin. The auction catalogue also will be added to the Saturday annex of Het Parool on September 30.

Dutch election Artist of the Year!

I am one of the semi finalists in the Dutch election Artist of the Year 2018!
The list contains twenty-five well known contemporary Dutch visual artists such as Marlene Dumas, Sam Drukker, Erwin Olaf and Henk Helmantel.
Since 2003, the Artist of the Year has been chosen annually in the Netherlands. This election is the oldest and largest in the field of visual arts in the Netherlands. In four rounds, the final winner is appointed by both the public and the experts. According to the organization, being selected for the third round already is a big honor, which only few artists share