Recent works…

Art, assemblage, Collage, Mixed media, Object art, Painting, Photo, Sculpture
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August Robin Peters 2017. Imaginary landscape made of Cardboard paper, wood and brush, ca. 50x70x10 cm

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August Robin Peters 2017, Assemblage landscape made of textile, wood, photograph, acryl, nylon, paper, ca 50x70cm

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August Robin Peters 2017, 3-Dimensional wall object made of cardboard-paper and yellow dishcloth, acryl paint, ca 130×90 cm

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August Robin Peters 2017, Red bricks. Painting of acryl and oil ca, 40×50 cm

Recent Work

Landscape, Mixed media, Painting, Photo

A Selection works made during these last months from may till june.

The Sun Has Shone That Day

Geen categorie, Photo

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This Picture is taken om the big busy square in front of the Museo d’ Art Contemporani    (MACBA) in Barcelona, sort of hidden in the area of El Raval. There were a few things going on when I came out of my museum visit, a girl eating a little snack, a school class playing outside, people crossing and in front of the entrance of the building there were these two guys playing with a skateboard. The sun was so bright that this situation in mostly black and white, due to the white sunny building and there clothes made me decide to shoot a serie of pictures of the two. I didn’t do anything about the setting of the models, they were talking and walking and suddenly, as if they didn’t want to participate in my photo shooting, they stopped doing what they did… I pressed the camera button. Together they made the image. The sun shone that day.

Last saturday it was given the second price at the yearly organised competition for the Christine Award at the Nieuwe Akademie Utrecht. My contribution was discussed and judged by a jury excisting of o.a. Jan Teun van Rees ( kunstenaar/docent fotoacademie)  en Ilona Plaum ( fotograaf/kunstenares)

zie voor meer info over de award en jury: http://www.nieuweakademie.nl/nieuws

I am truly proud of the result.

More Dune Landscape

Geen categorie

Here are more of my studies on how to compose a dune landscape with just one image as a basis. I tried different approaches in painting, drawing, using pieces of newspaper, tape. Using different colors. Most of the works have several layers and became a landscape over a period of 2 months of making decisions of what to keep in the picture and what not. The painting on canvas in orange and yellow became a 2 piece work with an extension of a boxing glove as an element of a imaginary part of a landscape. Will be continued…
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