Chemistry at Helder Gallery is an exhibition about floating ideas, thoughts and visions.
It shows works by Sigrid van Woudenberg (1967), Sanne Terweij (1984) and David Engel (1973).
Van Woudenberg’s new drawings are surprising in that they are not the monumental works which mix different aspects of reality and thought you may be used to.
However, they retain their depth with her mastery in using compressed charcoal combined with graphite and colour pencil.
In their almost three dimensional abstraction they fit in well with the works of the other two artists.
Both Terweij’s and Engel’s works are more explicitly three dimensional in that they are more like reliefs.
Terweij works with coloured metal; its shiny surface constantly changes with the light and the position of the viewer.
Engel’s mixed media works look even more floating and fragile than the works he showed two years ago at the same gallery.
There is a variety of works by the three artists to be enjoyed at the gallery, and especially Van Woudenberg’s drawings are small but amazing.
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