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30 Jun 13

Cappadocia work was exhibited at The Beaux Art Gallery in Bath

 bath gallery 1

Work based on Cappadocia and Istanbul were on display at the Beaux art Gallery. It is 'situated near the abbey in a listed Georgian building, the gallery specialises in the work of major twentieth century painters, sculptors and studio ceramicists.'

Beaux Arts Gallery, Bath

 
13 Jun 13

Emmie exhibiting at The Corte Real Gallery in Portugal

Porto High Rises

Emmie is now exhibiting some of her recent work at The Corte Real Gallery in Southern Portugal. The gallery has an eclectic mix of international artists whos work they exhibit. The work is based on Porto and there has been all sorts of different media used to create layers of the pieces including stones, resin, keys stamps and rice!

Algarve Daily news article about the exhibition

 
01 Apr 13

Paintings appear on the front cover of
New York magazine

Emmie van Biervliet Coffin Factory magazine

Emmie's paintings have been featured prominently in edition 5 of the literary New York magazine 'The Coffin Factory'. The work was spotted last year at New York Art Fair and due to its narrative content and use of words in the pieces it was decided it would be relevant for the magazine and to coincide with this year's art fair. 

The Coffin Factory magazine

 
04 May 13

'Echoes of Other Lands'
Open Studio Exhibition in Oxford, May 2013

Emmie van Biervliet open studio Sheldonian detail and Amber dusk

Recent work was exhibited at Oxford Artweeks open studio event, in Jericho this May. Amongst other things there was work inspired by the caves of Cappadocia, the eclectic layered architecture of The Aosta valley, Italy and mixed media pieces of the skyline of Porto on display. 

 
29 Mar 13

New cutout of the Caves of Cappadocia

Emmie van Biervliet Caves of Cappadocia

Much inspiration is still seeping from the mystical caves of Cappadocia. An experimental piece using a sketchbook and a scalpel was how this was created.

 

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