Sale price750 €
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Sale price750 €

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Item origin: Netherland

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Acrylic on cotton paper

Dimensions of the artwork is 15x21cm

Size of the frame is 23x29cm with passe partout and museum glass

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General Information

Product type:Drawing
Location: Netherland
Sold by Kat Klerks


Size of the artwork is 15x21cm Size of the frame is 23x29cm with passe partout and museum glass.


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About the Artist

Being raised by a creative, imaginative and surrealistic father, the 36-year old Kat Klerks was stimulated to explore the many opportunities life would offer her and letnothing but reality stand in her way; Spending many years in search of what her exact art form would be, Abstractionism finally found her about six years ago. Her take on abstract art is complemented by the inspiration Kat finds in the Japanese philosophy of Wabi Sabi. Constantly seeking for balance in imperfection in both colours and forms, Kat realizes it is the imperfection that actually creates sense in her paintings.

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