ZEEVONK by Ted van den Aarssen

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Ted van den Aarssen Profile picture a seafaring past and a voyage made. introspection and retrospective.

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It was the time when the melting water of black snow gradually took on colour. The house overlooking a new horizon stands again on indestructible foundations. The question is what I want on the wall. The images I see pass by like a slide show against and in the foreground and background of a seemingly empty, silent wall. Nothing is what it seems or seems to be.
Then again I am standing by the sea in winter. The sea has never been so quiet. A sky is steel blue in the reflection of ice crystals floating high by, breaking and exploding the light in known and unknown colours.
You are standing on the horizon. At a glance I translate the impression into watercolour, ecoline, pen and ink. Later I will add some white balance and infinite shutter speeds and aperture values. The depth of field may be unlimited this time. Everything is allowed to flow together again. The megapixels will be allowed to carry the message.
My favourite work? It is that window overlooking my winter at sea.
I found another zoning plan among the blueprints. The building can also be used as a store.
The lockdown of my home furnishing shop is over. For me, keeping my distance means being close to the people in the most essential sense of the word. It is my life in and from the Paradox.
Both the unsuspecting and the keen-sighted and hearing passer-by may see their own reflection and a different beckoning perspective in the clear glass of the shop window.

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  • Interchangeable art: buying a separate print and change your lookß
  • Optional acoustic function
  • Modern and affordable alternative to canvas
  • Simple construction kit, you have to put it together yourself. View the assembly instructions.

A modern alternative to canvas

With its modern and thin frame, available in the colors black, white, gold and silver, you mount an amazing looking artwork on your wall. And the size is not a limitations as you order it in 15 x 3 metres.

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