After her education at the academy of arts Tilburg, the Netherlands, she worked for many years as a teacher in arts and art history. To improve her qualities as a painter she took lessons in 16e and 17e centuries oil painting
techniques. She works with open acrylics and oils. The textile fabrics in a lot of the paintings are personal stories. Because she likes to make narrative paintings her work has to be realistic. The stories cover gender equality, social issues, art history and personal issues.
Serendipity, time and technique each play their part during the process of creating the paintings. Because of the time consuming technique it is possible
to add another idea during the process. This stands in strong contrast with all the images that we are surrounded with during the day. Most drawings
often have less complicated stories and are sometimes made only to celebrate beauty.
Yvonne sees beauty as essential to art because our mind needs beauty to stay alive and vibrant.
Her other activities are: stained glass windows and glass fusion.
She is a member of the artist’s societies NABK and Beroeps Organisatie Kunstenaars BOK in the Netherlands.
2017 June, Art Basel Week, Euro Airport Basel, Switserland
2017 Jan - Feb., Codamuseum Netherlands.
2016 Dec.- 2017 Feb., New Beginnings online Manhattan Arts International. USA.
2016 Dec., The Fem Art Museum, listed online female artist
2016 Dec., The Artbox.Project Miami 1.0, at Art Basel Art Weeks, Miami, USA.
2016 Nov - Jan., Hilton Rotterdam, Netherlands.
2016 Sep - Dec., de Schouw, Lopik, Netherlands.
2016 Mar - May, Marziart Internationale Galerie Hamburg, Germany.
2016 January, LST Gallery, USA.
2015 Permanent exposition Palm-Art-award, Germany.
2015 August - October, Hot Topics exposition Manhattan Arts
2015 Permanent Erbe Plus Academy Tübingen, Germany.
2015 March, LST Gallery, USA.
2014 Permanent exposition Palm-Art-award, Germany.
2014 June LST Gallery, USA.
2014 March LST Gallery, USA.
2014 Exhibiting in a medical centre, Netherlands.
2014 - 2016 exposition Town hall Schoonhoven, Netherlands.
2014 - 2015 exposition Gender Institute at the University of Maastricht, Netherlands.
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