Eric Cremers

"I got fascinated by the variety of housing and living forms I saw all over the world. Once rooted in reality, my work is now solely the result of my imagination. I continue to explore new approaches to the theme of Habitats, while my colorful little shacks often serve as the building blocks of the whole."

Pink Place - Mixed Media 90 x 13 x 19 cm €2,200

Dutch Artist, Eric Cremers, b. 1953, embarked on a multifaceted artistic journey following the completion of his five-year teachers' education at the Art Academy. For 28 years, he dedicated himself to nurturing young minds as a high school art teacher before transitioning to a full-time artist in 2010.

Since embracing his role as a professional artist, Cremers has immersed himself in the exploration of a singular theme: Habitats. Within his artistic realm, he constructs vivid landscapes devoid of human presence yet teeming with traces of life. Through his work, he invites viewers to embark on a journey of discovery, where every corner reveals intricate details that hint at the existence of unseen inhabitants.

Driven by the challenge of achieving harmony in color palettes, spatial arrangements, textures, and materials, such as wood, branches, palm leaves, and cardboard, Cremers strives to evoke a sense of wonder and contemplation in those who engage with his art. With each creation, he endeavors to transport observers to a world where imagination knows no bounds, offering a sanctuary for exploration and introspection.

Tree Houses - Mixed Media 80 x 30 x 25 cm €1,500
Collapsing - Mixed Media 76 x 32 x 14 cm €1,850
Shades of Blue - Mixed Media 100 x 32 x 13 cm €2,200
Swamp Village - Mixed Media 80 x 50 x 19 cm €2,200

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Cora H. Roth

Green Grid - Oil and acrylic on linen, 10 x 10 in. - $10,000

Cora Roth, born in the USA in 1939 and currently residing in Los Angeles, California, is a seasoned artist with a B.A. from Brooklyn College and a graduate certificate in Painting from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Drawing inspiration from her life experiences, early sensory memories, and dreams, Roth's work reflects the profound idea expressed by Louise Glück: "Whatever returns from oblivion returns to find a voice."

Her art, primarily in painting and mixed media, captures the essence of paint, color, and line. A graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Roth has showcased her work extensively in Boston and New York City, including exhibitions at OK Harris. Her paintings serve as a testament to the unexpected voices that emerge from the depths of personal history and imagination.

Orange Grid - Oil and acrylic on linen, 10 x 10 in. - $10,000
Spinning Yarns - Mixed media, 58 x 72 in. - $12,000
Indigo Grid - Oil and acrylic on linen, 10 x 10 in. - $10,000
The Knitted Word - Mixed media, 58 x 72 in. - $12,000

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