Ine van Son - Holland and Galway

Impression 014,Photocollage,frottage
Impression 014,Photocollage,frottage, assemblage, 20 x 30 cm
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Impression 013,Photocollage,frottage
Impression 013,Photocollage,frottage, assemblage, 20 x 30 cm
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Sheela,for they be many that fight against me,Photography,frottage
Sheela,for they be many that fight against me,Photography,frottage, assemblage, 31 x 41 cm
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Monotype 4,Monotype
Monotype 4,Monotype, acrylic paint on plastic, 9 x 13 cm
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Monotype 3,Monotype
Monotype 3,Monotype, acrylic paint on plastic, 9 x 13 cm
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Coming Home 4
Coming Home 4, Photography, 20 x 30 cm
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Coming Home 3
Coming Home 3, Photography, 20 x 30 cm
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Coming Home 1
Coming Home 1, Photography, 20 x 30 cm
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Water and Earth
Water and Earth, Photocollage, 20 x 30 cm
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Sheela,and mark my steps when they lay wait for my soul,Photography,frottage
Sheela,and mark my steps when they lay wait for my soul,Photography,frottage, assemblage, 41 x 31 cm
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Coming Home 2
Coming Home 2, Photography, 30 x 20 cm
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Flooding,Photography,frottage
Flooding,Photography,frottage, assemblage, 14 x 19 cm
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Dutch artist Ine van Son, Holland and Galway

Ine van Son (1964) lives and works in the Netherlands and Clare - Galway.

One part of her work are in-situ installations in which she often uses textiles, next to found objects. These installations are mostly created in commission. The second part of her work is created by using photography and collage-assemblage. These techniques she uses as a kind of 'diary' to record impressions of a location, a period in time, or personal experiences. Because for these works there is no commissioning on the forehand, she is free to experiment which results in often surprising images.

Working associatively, she focusses on a certain detail: a colour, a form, a piece of material. Or an atmosphere, a memory. From that point the images arise.

More of Ine's work kan be seen on www.inevanson.exto.org

Original artwork, online and Worldwide (since 2000)

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