Descended from great artists, both from her Indonesian and Dutch ancestors, Anne van Borselen has studied at the Royal Academy of the Arts in the Hague and Rotterdam. Born in Surabaya in 1937, Anne's first exhibition was on the island of Ibiza in Spain where she lived for five years. Dance Pieces
Dance Pieces at Jenggala Keramik
An energetic and spirited individual, Anne paints on canvas, rice paper, and panels using acrylics, oils, gauche or ink. Refusing to be bound by the limits of working in any one style or medium, Anne van Borselen's latest exhibition "Dance Pieces" at Jenggala Keramik in Jimbaran is dedicated to images of dancers rendered onto ceramic. The results are bold and provocative; bespeaking a humor and an edge to her style. Her use of color is graceful with Anne explaining, "I discover beauty in everyday things. There is no real separation between the observer and the observed. Dance movements, compositions with figures."
an exhibition of paintings and hand-painted ceramics by Anne van Borselen from August 26, 2005 through October 20, 2005 at Jenggala Art Gallery
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