Also into art and culture? Or giving a platform to talented and creative youngsters? We here at DutchReview are and when we stumbled upon the Gallery Sorelle Sciarone, we just had to give it a mention.
What is Gallery Sorelle Sciarone?
Gallery Sorelle Sciarone is an online gallery aiming to bridge the gap between artist and the wider public. The name comes from ‘sorelle’ meaning ‘sisters’ in Italian and ‘Sciarone’ the family name composing of six sisters. So this gallery really is a family affair and has that personal touch.
The founders of the gallery are based in the region of Voorschoten (a cute village here in the Netherlands, people from The Hague and Leiden will know) and their current focus is on artists in that region, along with Wassenaar and cities in the Randstad, such as Leiden, Rotterdam, Delft and The Hague. They’re inspired by their mother, who is an artist herself and has been painting for many years and has witnessed firsthand the changing nature of the market of art. Therefore, Gallery Sorelle Sciarone aims to give that platform to talented artists who want to exhibit their art.
So what’s there to see? Let’s look at some of the works and artists on display:
6 great artists showcased by Gallery Sorelle Sciarone
1. Adéle du Plessis
Adéle’s art comprises of textured backgrounds and broad brush strokes. These ultimately create impressive artforms, with small detailing. She creates sculptures and makes her own jewellery. She’s a popular artist in The Hague and you can see why.
You’ll be able to see her exhibition in the Museum Rijswijk for the textile biennale, Rijswijk. So don’t miss out!
2. Els Kampert
Els her work is called ‘Dendritic design’, which comprises growth patterns in nature. This is essentially a mix of her artistic skill mixed with organic patterns in nature such as tree branches, rivers and human lungs. Her patterns remind us of the movement of nature and can change depending on our mood.
3. Gemma Jonker
Gemma’s art comprises of figurative and abstract works. She studied art in The Hague and has since been busy creating art forms. Gallery Sorelle Sciarone has a selection of her great landscape art.
4. Marko Klomp
Marko is based in The Hague and is a talented painter and poet. His work creates a ‘dreamlike state’ and changes depending on the viewer’s mood and the lighting. He regularly exhibits his work in the Netherlands.
5. Monique Leliefeld
Monique’s work is to evoke emotion for the viewer. Her technique is with texture and different stratification and each of her pieces aims to bring about some sort of emotive response.
She was originally a geographer but later trained to become an art teacher in the Netherlands. Along with her students, her work has evolved over the years.
6. Denise van der Burgh
Denise’s work is very vibrant in colour. She uses oil paint to achieve this, along with a masterful technique. Her work portrays life and social issues, so it’s really thought-provoking. All of these elements gel together and provide a fantastic piece of emotional art that draws the viewer in and make them start asking all of those important questions.
All of these great artists have their work available through Gallery Sorelle Sciarone. Click here for more info and to visit their website!
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Ootmarsum | Gemma Jonker | Acrylic on Canvasboard | Gallery Sorelle Sciarone 40cm x 50cm A serene landscape painting with several layers of depth perception. The large leaves in the foreground creates the illusion of staring out of window or an enclosed garden out into the vast open landscape. Ootmarsum is a small city in The Netherlands that has her roots as an official city since 1300. Jonkers often paints on location.#gemmajonkers #ootmarsum #artforthehome #blue #green #serenity #landscape #calm #beauty #artistsoninstagram #artconnoisseur #contemporaryart