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Lace 2 by Jeska Valk

Continuing on from my lace series, the delicate lace in this painting represents humanity’s fragility and strength, as the threads are interwoven we can become a part of something beautiful.

The femininity that presents itself in my work is inspired by my mother and her creativity.  She has always sewn, lace being a material she feel in love with.  She made her wedding outfit and many lace garments in her time (these pieces are used in my work).

When we travelled to France she taught me about history’s master painters like Renaissance and Baroque artists Titian, Vermeer, Frans Pourbus and Leonardo Da Vinci.  It was here that I fell in love with the way lace was painted so delicately. 

Travelling through the South of France to Aix-en-Provence, I admired the luminescent scenery that once inspired Impressionist artists, Renoir, Monet and Cezanne. 

Art became an addiction, I was fascinated by the interpretation, detail and view the artists told of times past.

The lace veil came from Aix-en-Provence in the South of France when my mum and I travelled there back in 2013 for an art history holiday.

 

 

 

Lace 2 / Original

Jeska Valk


Size: 40w x 40h x 4d cms
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Oil on premium Belgian linen

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Lace 2 by Jeska Valk

Continuing on from my lace series, the delicate lace in this painting represents humanity’s fragility and strength, as the threads are interwoven we can become a part of something beautiful.

The femininity that presents itself in my work is inspired by my mother and her creativity.  She has always sewn, lace being a material she feel in love with.  She made her wedding outfit and many lace garments in her time (these pieces are used in my work).

When we travelled to France she taught me about history’s master painters like Renaissance and Baroque artists Titian, Vermeer, Frans Pourbus and Leonardo Da Vinci.  It was here that I fell in love with the way lace was painted so delicately. 

Travelling through the South of France to Aix-en-Provence, I admired the luminescent scenery that once inspired Impressionist artists, Renoir, Monet and Cezanne. 

Art became an addiction, I was fascinated by the interpretation, detail and view the artists told of times past.

The lace veil came from Aix-en-Provence in the South of France when my mum and I travelled there back in 2013 for an art history holiday.

 

 

 

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