My Art

Self portrait
View of myself, acrylic on canvas © Eva van Beek 2018

 

Here are some samples of my collages:

Look how beautiful - Acrylic paint and other material Look how beautiful
Acrylic paint and other material
Eva van Beek 2012 Be kind to strangers, you are one of them
Acrylic paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2013 Who is afraid of whom
Acrylic paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2013 Pour les femmes du monde (Ladies of the World)
Acrylic paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2011 all life collapses
Acrylic paint and other materials
Copyright Eva van Beek 2012 When Worlds Collide, Injustice Seeps Through
Acrylic Paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2011 Nostalgia
Acrylic paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2011 Motor Nature
Acrylic paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2012 Oh Girl!
Cardboard, Acrylic paint and other material
Copyright Eva van Beek 2013 Life in the Wind – 2011
Acrylic paint and other material

17 comments

  1. These are very nice Eva. My favourites are, Be kind to strangers, and Nostalgia. I hope you are exhibiting them, and I look forward to seeing them in person one day. Congratulations on your book again.
    DN

  2. I love artwork, so I really studied your paintings and creations, Eva! I like the “Nostalgia” and “Life in the Wind.” I have an artistic brother and daughter, so I have my walls and shelves filled. I would love to have one of yours, you are very talented. Just no room for any more. I hope you place a good price and value on your pieces, my dear! Smiles, Robin

      1. I like how you mention that we are all strangers in your “Be Kind to Strangers” piece. I also feel the pain in when worlds collide and also, who is afraid of whom? You show us so much in such distinctive ways, Eva. “Ladies of the World” is not becoming my favorite. You know people go to art galleries and rush past art works, I like to sit down on a bench and study the pieces. Peace be with you and I love your art!

  3. Very fine artwork, I particularly like “Life in the Wind”. I am an artist and acrylic is my preferred medium. I love the way you have brought dimension to your work by layering paint and materials to
    create collages. Very beautiful

  4. sorry, i couldn’t spend as much time as these paintings and collages deserve, earlier in the week. i just knew then i needed to return…you have such a free and languid brush, very similar to how i painted when i did. de Kooning, Rivers and Bacon were influences on me. ‘All Life Collapses’ and ‘Life in the Wind’ are just spectacular to this eye.

    all of them as a collection, the colors, textures, concepts…just really special. i’m so glad you shared them and especially allowed a click through to an expanded view. thank you.

Leave a Reply to reocochran Cancel reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

40 'fore Forty

I'm on a life changing journey to 40. There will be ups, there will be downs. I'm like a roller coaster but with more agoraphobia.

Lluís Bussé

Barcelona's Multiverse | Art | Culture | Science

sketchuniverse

Arts resource, sketches and drawings classified by subject

Tomic Riter

Writer's Official Site

the poet's billow

a resource for moving poetry

Eye Will Not Cry

"Eye Fly High"

myserenewords

Seeking Solace in the Horizon of Life & Beyond.

. . .

love each other like you are the lyric and they are the music

My Good Time Stories

Inspirational, Motivational, and Heartwarming Stories

Ayesha's Diary

La vie est belle

Rebel Voice

World Magazine of Choice

Maxima

Electronic thoughts Follow me and enjoy !

Conundrum.

Dabbles in writing, loves music and nature. Sierra Leonean

O at the Edges

Musings on poetry, language, perception, numbers, food, and anything else that slips through the cracks.

Teacher as Transformer

Transforming Education, and Leadership, Transcending Where we Earch Are in Lifee

Neeldip Barot

Live, like the moment belongs to you

My Spirals

• Hugs and Infinities

Nitya's Thoughts

It's Just an Inkling

hands in the garden

reflection + romance + release

erbiage

Words from the poemetry unit

Discover

A daily selection of the best content published on WordPress, collected for you by humans who love to read.

Salt & Coconuts

Adventure - Photography - Videography - Travel

Friendly Fairy Tales

Celebrating Nature and Magic for Kids of all Ages

Grabba

Because the life is simply too short.

BeBloggerofficial

''Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.'' Benjamin Franklin

Karen Bailey Studio

My art, designs and what inspires me

spilling some

”Writing is nothing more than a guided dream” -Jorge Luis Borges

mindfoxblog

Poems from life

The Grey Divorcee

Divorce after 50 with grace, dignity and a Chihuahua

Surabhi Sharma

Author - Updates and Upcoming Release

Purple Pants

Presenting Life Delicacies with a Pinch of Salt

elleguyence

New content every Sunday.

The Shell Collection

.....travel treasures.....

Elan Mudrow

Smidgens

CoffeeLander

Dreams, thoughts & emotions

Swimming with Elephants Publications

an independent, not for profit, publishing agent focusing on supporting the working author and non-profit organizations

Frank Solanki

If you want to be a hero well just follow me

Mugilan Raju

Prime my subconscious, one hint at a time

CollectifAfroSwiss

Lutte contre le racisme anti-Noir-e-s

Melody Chen

Word-Experimentalist

Cristian Mihai

writes a short story every week

FUSION FLAVOUR enriched with Logic: Easy & Healthy Recipes of Delicious Food

Innovative food recipes written in an unorthodox format - masalahealth.wordpress.com (Author: Sylvia Dias)

%d bloggers like this: