Jacqueline Nieuwendijk's endless inspiration

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Meet artist Jacqueline Nieuwendijk. In her works she likes to process prints from sheets, fragments from books, strips of wallpaper, prints, fabrics from old clothing, etc. The thrift shops, second hand websites and old barns and attics provide her with endless inspiration to create new things; give the discarded a new destination.

About
Jacqueline Nieuwendijk was born in Amsterdam (1964) in a very musical family. Music wasn’t really her thing, but she found a great alternative: art. During her training as a fashion designer in Amsterdam she developed a preference for incorporating existing fabrics into refined new clothing. Working with fabrics challenged her to use it in different ways, for example in combination with paper and paint and sometimes surprisingly innovative pieces were created. After a training in mixed techniques she has discovered her love for mixed media and she lets her creativity completely run free. Every piece of paper or fabric has its own personality and character. It is like a brushstroke waiting to be placed in the right place. She finds it a challenge to transform ordinary pieces of paper and fabric into unusual pieces of art that draw your attention from far away and surprise you from up close.

Tiger by Jacqueline Nieuwendijk
"Every time I start a new project, I start to feel all sorts of things. Everything starts flowing, bubbling and all I want to do is create! "

Work method
Jacqueline loves bold colours and keeps on going until everything in her idea is in perfect balance. In her works she likes to process prints from sheets, fragments from books, strips of wallpaper, prints, fabrics from old clothing, etc. The thrift shops, second hand websites and old barns and attics provide her with endless inspiration to create new things; give the discarded a new destination. If the idea is in outline on the canvas, the creation process begins. The result is never fixed. She starts with the eyes so that she can connect to the subject and then starts building the composition. During construction she goes through different processes and often incorporates elements of her work into it.

Gorilla by Jacqueline Nieuwendijk
Deer by Jacqueline Nieuwendijk

Limited art prints
We have an amazing selection of limited edition art prints by Jacqueline Nieuwendijk in our shop. The prints are available in different dimensions. All our prints are numbered, signed and exclusively available at Mr. Wallski. All limited art prints come with a certificate of authenticity. Visit our shop to see all works made by Jacqueline Nieuwendijk.




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