3 – 8 Aug 2021, 11am – 7pm
(Tues to Sat), 11am–1pm (Sun)
Dutch artist Myrthe Biesheuvel paints places: Landscapes with a surrealist, dreamlike and sometimes dark quality to them. These are places to explore or hide in. To feel liberated in or trapped. Seeing them as places of liminality, between what we accept as reality and a deeper unconscious dimension, she seeks to offer visitors an escape. A display of 10-13 plein air and surrealistic paintings creates a moment of solace and contemplation for visitors to deepen their connection with the natural world and inner self.
About the Artist(s)
Myrthe Biesheuvel is a visual artist born and raised in The Netherlands. She studied for a BFA with a concentration in Painting at the University of North Carolina Charlotte in the USA and got a diploma in Classical Painting and Drawing Techniques at the Wackers Academie in Amsterdam. Myrthe currently lives and works in Singapore.