Published On: Wed, Oct 23rd, 2013

Rif Fort Boogjes Exhibition

monartWILLEMSTAD -- Parallel to the opening of Rozendaal in Mon Art Gallery, the Rif Fort Boogjes will also be open to the public on October 25.

The arches are the location of the future Rif Fort Museum and are currently used for temporary exhibitions and exhibits. At present these include a project-display about the Cathedral of Thorns and the Rif Fort Boog Atelier with art by Hanneke Floor.

The paintings and drawings by Hanneke Floor (Netherlands, 1951) reflect her travels through many different countries such as Canada, the United States, France and Italy, where she was inspired by landscapes and people.

''Humans are my main source of inspiration. Communities and cultures, but also single individuals, young or old. By talking and listening you often discover a lot about their character. Their character is what I am trying to capture in my paintings.''

Apart from recent and older paintings and drawings, a bronze sculpture will be shown, entitled 'Letting my thoughts go in a moment of silence'.

Hanneke Floor is present at the Rif Fort Boog Atelier from Mo

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