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New online collection | Root Community

Online Gallery | Jan Kuhlemeier | New work |Summer 2017
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New online collection | Root Community

It’s here; the second collection of the online Root community page is available for viewing. Every six weeks we present a collection of new and exclusive artworks on our new community page for you to explore and purchase. For this collection we are presenting never before seen works from a range of Dutch emerging artists. Jan Kuhlemeier is living and working in Haarlem. He creates artworks that balance painting with sculptural elements, often through the use of alternative materials inspired by his love for surfing and the ocean. Lisette Schumacher is a Rotterdam-based artist who creates semi-abstract paintings, inspired by locations she visits and the impressions they make on her. Maria Kokkonen studied in Rotterdam, currently working in London, who makes intuitive illustrations, which organically take shape on the canvas as she creates them. Through these works she aims to convey her study of the memory and the concept of the self. Philine van den Hul is a Dutch artist, currently located in The Hague. She conveys her architectural interest through the creation of, often-geometrical works, which come into being as a result of material-based investigations. Together the works we selected from each of these artists come together in an organic, fresh and dimensional collection.

If you are interested you can visit the website or email us at contact@assembledbyroot.com.

On photo; Backwash #17 by Jan Kuhlemeier

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