Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Vogel

85 x 85 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Compositie ( 7 panelen )

155 x 155 cm. ( hangend )
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Delight!

165 x 55 cm. ( hangend )
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Musictime!

101 x 51 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Entree

51 x 46 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Da capo al fine

60 x 60 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

De Levenskunstenaar

150 x 45 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Compositie met oker

83 x 83 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Het meisje ( 2 panelen )

157 x 51 cm. ( hangend )
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

1968

120 x 40 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Bewegen en verstillen

123 x 71 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Wending

85 x 85 cm.
( Met schroef in het midden )
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Een nieuw begin

85 x 85 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Escape

59 x 58 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Façade

83 x 61 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Piccolini

32 x 32 cm.
Marlies van Groenendael kunst

Dit belooft geen pianissimo

54 x 117 cm.
( De erin verwerkte foto is gemaakt door
dochter Judith van Bergen )
Schilderijen overzicht

Marlies van
Groenendael
* 1961 te Sittard

Als dochter van ouders met een creatief beroep
(Jacques van Groenendael jr. en Lily Wielders)
groeide ik op in een omgeving waar men beeldend bezig was. Dit is van grote invloed geweest.

Nadat ik werkzaam ben geweest als lerares in het basisonderwijs, met de specialisatie beeldend werken, ben ik in 1993 gestart in mijn atelier.

De meest verrassende werken komen tot stand vanuit totale chaos.

Proces

De schilderijen zijn het resultaat van een proces van vereenvoudigen
totdat puur de essentie van de gedachtengang wordt weergegeven.


Techniek

De techniek is gemengd:
Er worden diverse lagen verf, oliepastel en potlood aangebracht op karton. Middels deze werkwijze wordt er structuur gegeven aan het werk en krijgt het een mat, krijtig karakter en craquelé effect. Vervolgens wordt het verlijmd en gefixeerd.

Workshop

Ik heb met veel plezier een workshop gegeven op het gymnasium van de internationale school “St. Leonhard” te Aken aan Aziatische en Europese leerlingen met als thema: “Together we make our world”. Hierbij stond het proces van experimenteren en creëren centraal.

Marlies van Groenendael

"Expose yourself to your deepest fear; after that, fear has no power, and the fear of freedom shrinks and vanishes. You are free."

- Jim Morrison

Eerdere exposities


Arte Padova, Padua
Galerie Giò Art, Lucca
Galerie 3G, Sittard
Galerie Giò Art, Lucca
Academisch ziekenhuis, Maastricht
Intermezzo, Sittard
Galerie Michel Knops, Sittard
Presento, Sittard
Galerie Art Dabekaussen, Echt
RABO-studio, Heerlen
Stadsschouwburg, Heerlen
Provinciehuis, Maastricht
Terpkerkje, Urmond


Recensies


Servizio Toscana Tv
Arte Padova 2014-12-18

Marlies van Groenendael: vive e opera a Sittard, Olanda. Fulcro della sua opera è l’amore, centro delle nostre emozioni più importanti… Il colore si estende in campiture così profonde da sentirne il fluire: e i tasselli si alternano e esplodono melodia… La materia si amalgama in un arcobaleno di sensazioni che parlano dai dipinti e raccontano l’esistenza, fatta dei suoi momenti più essenziali e qui descritti con una tale efficacia da sentirci abbracciati da un sentimento superiore in un flusso di autentica arte…


Review Lucca, Italy

Marlies van Bergen-van Groenendael

What impelled me to offer hospitality for the first time in Italy to the pictorial realism of Marlies van Groenendael is the freshness and openness to innovation of this young and highly gifted artist: the passion-exciting “full” colours of her wonderful country, Holland, have nourished in her a palette of experiences directed towards the study of technique and artistic rigour.

From this rigour Marlies has drawn the essence, succeeding with enlivening energy in combining the strength of technique with the liberty of a mind in constant search of absolute perfection: but even if reality tells us unequivocally that such perfection exists only in God, in our desperate striving for this absolute, Marlies has probably already travelled far along this road.

I feel moved to describe her art as “an absolutely perfect imperfection”: in her works linearity and geometrical shapes do not remain imprisoned within the vacuousness of fixed schemes, but become a superabundance of life that bursts out towards infinity.

A musical sound pervades every single canvas of Marlies and miraculously fills with healthy optimism everyone who makes acquaintance with her utterly personal individuality. Among her admirers we find the authoritative presence of a legendary figure from the international world of painting – Maestro Antonio Possenti – who has added “flavour” to the works of Marlies by showing towards them the recognition due to a genuine and promisising artist.

And I cannot but agree with him completely.
Polychromy and monochromy.
Fusion and Fission united.
Particles that disintegrate and reintegrate, reassembling the universal element in a chiaroscuro light of seeing and not seeing, of sublime feelings and of eternal becoming:
the passion of the red that does not assault the senses but recalls a musical symphony. The whirlwind of the black and white that wed one another in a marriage that is essentially unique in kind. The fervid blue that is the natural nourisher of optimism. The sun-like brilliance of yellow, which is energy in its pure state. The green that draws on the strength of life to remind us that we should not fall victim to the fear of existence but should accept it wholeheartedly and serenely.

The grey that transports us to the peacefulness and freedom of the moments of silence that respond to our inborn need for introspection. The absolute black, the key to the darkest night that is like a reflection of our daily fears, which, if we acknowledge them, are already overcome.
This is the fascination of works that give meaning to the words

“Modernity”,
“Avant-garde”,
“Innovation”:

all of which are clothed in an absolute mastery that animates the complete artist who is Marlies van Bergen-van Groenendael, whom I thank for having brought to the attention of our city of Lucca the essence of an authentic art that turns its face towards a future that, in the light of the pastel colours of her canvases, appears truly promising and radiant ...

Giovambattista Bevacqua

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