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Temkin, Jean Marie Temkin
[2006919]

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Jean Marie Temkin
20e Eeuw / South-Africa

Naakt in landschap '93

Exposeerde als kunstenaar en in groepsverband in Nederland, Belgié, Frankrijk en verschillende andere landen in Europa.
Werk in Rijkscollectie.
Vertegenwoordigt in vele collecties van zowel instellingen en particulieren in binnen - en buitenland.

Jean already had an impressive history of solo and group exhibitions of her work in the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Zimbabwe and South Africa, before the Temkins acquired and moved to Millgate Cottage. Ben had sold several of his works to private art collectors. Their as yet un-shown works were planned as a body for display at the new gallery.
Jean and Ben are two of the many artists who were taught and nurtured by the late Bill Ainslie.

Ben’s landscape and figurative work is impressionist. He interprets colour and form and much of his work explores the contrast of earth and water. People and animals often feature as part of the composite impression. Light, colour and shape are the elements of his work.

Jean finds inspiration in expressing thoughts, ideas and imagination and transforming this expression into colourful, vibrant imagery with oil on canvas. Her unique evocation of the human form and nature is inspired by Picasso and Magritte. Some of her work is unashamedly derived from and attributed to this inspiration. These particular works are not just a tribute but provide a personalised vision of her creative process and a further exploration of the marks already made by artists in the past.
Often a single male or female model provides her with a wide range of perspective imagery. One colour is sometimes used to transform into an interplay of physical forms, boldly exposing an exciting visual insight of her personal expression. The first work may be reiterated by others, before she moves to another idea. Perhaps this time the work becomes a surreal fusion of a rose and the body. Or a still life of proteas becomes a startling and vivid dramatic image of colour and shape.

She explores further beyond oil and canvas, into her expression with clay, copper beating and patchwork quilts, each work extraordinarily unique and personal.
Datum toegevoegd: 16/12/2014 door: De Kunsthistoricus
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