Antoinette Donkers-Dekker

Beginning

Belly and boat, arise and being on the way, salvaged and rooted.

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Dimensions : 41 cm x 22 cm x 39 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 7 kg
Year : 2021
Material : Ceramics, Ceramics
Technique : Ceramics
Style : abstract, poetic, contemporary

Antoinette Donkers-Dekker

I would describe my pieces as images of hope.

Dark and light, earth and heaven are central themes in my entire body of work, together with human emotion / my emotion. My pieces show my personal development, my search for God and for myself, my struggle and liberation.
In recent years, light has played a larger role in my work than before. The light grows and struggle and pain transform, while forms, which for a long time used to be figurative and expressive, are becoming more abstract. A balance develops between the dark and the light, a balance between earth and heaven.

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Beginning
Belly and boat, arise and being on the way, salvaged and rooted.
Antoinette Donkers-Dekker, Ceramics, Ceramics
'drink my blood'
‘believe in me, love me, take me in so we will be connected. 'Everything is connected.’ A selfportet, refering to Christian traditions. The head and hands are cast in crystal glas. The inside is etched the rims polished. Inside there is red wine, diluted with water.
Fleur van den Berg, Glass, Mixed Media
Warten.......Mutter mit zwei Kindern
Eine Mutter mit zwei Kindern wartet. Wartet auf Asyl. Wartet auf Hilfe. Wartet auf einen netten Menschen. Sie tröstet und beruhigt ihre Kinder.
Manuela Clarin, Marble
Etxea - House
A sculpture of 4,5m high made with steel, painted and oxidized. Symbolizes a miner's house.
Alex López Vega, Steel
Forest
Forest, porcelain white pure trees, rooted in mother earth.
Antoinette Donkers-Dekker, Ceramics, Ceramics
Azteke (Janus)
Reduziert-figürliches Beton-Objekt.
Peter Berger, Concrete
Changes 2010
Greenham Business Park, the former Royal Air Force World War Two airbase, Berkshire This is Changes by the Icelandic sculptor Gudrun Nielsen, a monumental piece that has just been unveiled at Greenham Common where US bombers used to land – you get the references just by looking at it. Since the Greenham Common women saw off the last of the Right Stuff in 1988 the trees have returned along with the birds and the rest of the flora and fauna, and the military buildings have either been demolished or converted by the Greenham Common Trust which now owns it. Nielsen won a competition along with the late Michael Kenny, but that was 12 years ago and while Kenny’s large geometric form, Broken Symmetry, was unveiled almost immediately by Ringo Starr (a Kenny fan and local resident), Gudrun’s was a little tardy in taking off, as it were............... 17.11.2010 / Simon Tait's Diary http://www.artsindustry.co.uk/features/simon-taits-diary/45
Gudrun Nielsen, Steel, Concrete
The match
La Folie des Folies (3) . Domaine de la Garenne-Lemot / Le Voyage à Nantes, Gétigné (France) Site: Grand Allée, Hippomedes and Atalanta (existing sculptures at the main entrance, part of the original park design) resin, div. paints and pigments, steel rope 2 vases, each 0.8 x ca. 0.5 x 0.5 m
Cornelia Konrads, Installation
Opfertisch
Gegenständliche Sandsteinskulptur im botanischen Garten Jeskyně Blanických rytířů in Rudka. Mezinárodní Vytvarné Symposium Kunštát.
Peter Berger, Stone
BRONZE SUN
Made from solid cast bronze on a square granite plinth.
Sophie Marsham, Bronze, Metal
Chalet n° 1
Iron and wood sculpture painted in red.
Alex López Vega, Metal
Kopf im Wind
Reduziert-figürliche Marmorskulptur.
Peter Berger, Marble
Remains
Remains is started as a small series of works, where found plastics were placed onto wooden boards. Those boards where used as antler boards and serve now as a way to showcase remains from modern worlds. In my work I tend to connect different themes and materials. I am intrigued by the diversity and interconnectedness of our world today. How whatever we do today, no matter how small or big, affects others on an immediate and global scale.
Katharina Forster, Wood, Plastics
Columna barroca n° 3
iron rod and wood sculpture representing a barroque column.
Alex López Vega, Metal
Odyssey
46 carved wood figures , each 2.5 m tall. A travelling installation around Europe.
Robert Koenig, Wood, Mixed Media
Pontoon
Site: bank of the canal de Bourgogne / harbour of Migennes (France) wood, plastic containers, aluminiun
Cornelia Konrads, Installation
ohne Titel
Alabaster
Wilhelm Terhorst, Stone
RADIATOR SHEEP
Photographed in the Highlands of Scotland, this sheep sculpture is life-sized and made from reclaimed objects.
Sophie Marsham, Mixed Media, Metal
Bee Banana
Bienen und Kunst, muß das sein? Baumstamm und Bienen, waren schon immer eine Einheit. Kunst und Banane gehen seit Thomas Baumgärtel auch gemeinsame Wege. Damit auch im Öffentlichen der Raum für Kunst wegweisend wird, hier die Banane, dreidimensional. Und die Bienen. Sie bestäuben ganz nebenbei das Umfeld; eine Befruchtung, die wir uns auch von der Kunst wünschen.
Apisculptor , Wood
The Kinks 02
The Kinks 02, a functional steppingstone sculpture allowing any desired ground cover to grow up through the concrete pieces. The Kinks sculptural steppingstone allows the user to create any pattern they desire. The off form concrete material is made up of 70% repurposed waste material from local heavy industries.
Harley, Concrete, Concrete
Geest - fliessende Steine
Landesmuseum für Natur und Mensch Oldenburg 2006
Michael Lukas, Mixed Media, Installation
The Kinks 01
The Kinks 01, a functional steppingstone sculpture allowing any desired ground cover to grow up through the concrete pieces. The Kinks sculptural steppingstone allows the user to create any pattern they desire. The off form concrete material is made up of 70% repurposed waste material from local heavy industries.
Harley, Concrete, Concrete
PEN TREE
Created for an event for the Adobe software company, made entirely from Bic biros.
Sophie Marsham, Mixed Media, Plastics
Maria mit Kind, Figurenbeute
'In Wahrheit war ich ein Bienenstock, als die hochgelobte Biene, der Sohn Gottes in meinem Schoße Einkehr fand' Offenbarung der Hl.Maria an meine Namenspatronin Birgitta von Schweden. So war es ein Muß, die Heilige Maria, auch als Bienenstock zu erstellen.
Apisculptor , Wood, Others
ohne Titel
Ital. Marmor Palisandro Kopie eines 12mm großen Meeresschneckengehäuses aus Thailand
Wilhelm Terhorst, Marble
Stay True
'Stay True' from the series 'Nomadic Vases'
Nicolet Boots, Plaster
Casual
Klassisch, realistisch. Im Freizeitlook.
Marcel Börlin, Bronze
Wegmarken
Wegmarken Ute Deutz/Rainer Düvell Installation zur BUGA 2015 bei Böhne
Ute Deutz, Metal
PEN NIB SUN
Made from antique pen nibs cast in acrylic resin, suitable for inside of outside. Hangs from trees with stainless steel cables.
Sophie Marsham, Metal, Synthetic resin
Genesis. Thought.
Project “Genesis. Dances with shadows” scrutinize feelings, mind, mental and physical, material. To Imagine. To Understand. To Feel. To See. My task is not only creation art images as a combination of different materials (included but not limited by glass, metal, wood and stone) but to understand what is the cornerstone of our consciousness, what is The Genesis? Thought. Imagination as basement, a freedom to think and to learn. The only first way to self cognition is Thought!
Grigorio Antipov, Plastics, Mixed Media
Ancient head.
A head made with wood pieces from a 3000 year old piece of black bog oak wood. The top is gold leaf.
Robert Koenig, Wood
Jim Panse
Jim Panse, in Wachs modelliert und in Bronze gegossen.
Jörg Engelhardt, Bronze, Metal
Sprießel
Eine überdimensionale Figur aus Eichenholz. Sie entspringt in einem Quadrat und entwickelt sich nach obenhin zur Figur, dem Chaos entfliehend.
Lukas Schmid, Wood, Wood
The way. Life and Death.
A mountain river as a simbol of infinite life. Two stones - two ways of existence. Wich way do you choose?!
Grigorio Antipov, Stone, Natural materials
Mariendarstellung
Auftragsarbeit Bildstock Restaurierung und Herstellen einer Mariendarstellung im 3/4 Relief nach Vorlage
Wilhelm Terhorst, Stone, Stone
Ohne Titel
Frei Arbeit aus der Reihe Blätter. In Privatbesitz.
Benjamin Schulte, Wood
Liveline
Abstrakte Frauenfigur, gefertigt aus Apfelholz
Lukas Schmid, Wood, Metal
Iron Lady
This work envelopes the female domestic chores that often fall into a woman’s lap...the invisible labor women carry
Michelle Gallagher, Clay, Ceramics
Bird Lady
Seen from a low perspective, this woman figure shows herself in a confident pose.
Nicolet Boots, Plaster, Textile
Dawiedort, eine Entscheidungshilfe / Thiswaythatway
Fichte verkohlt geölt / Pruce charred oiled Sockel Granit /socket granite
Andreas Mathes, Wood
Ohne Titel
Das größte Objekt aus der Reihe Blätter.
Benjamin Schulte, Wood, Paper
LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR
Männliche Figur, Lindenholz, Temperafarbe
Lukas Schmid, Wood, Metal
Clavia II
Jap. Schnurbaum geölt / Styphnolobium japonicum oiled
Andreas Mathes, Wood
Dried Poppy
Abstrakte Mohnkapsel, Eiche+Stahl Privatbesitz
Lukas Schmid, Wood, Metal
Charons Boot (Schifffisch) Bronzeguss poliert (8 Ex.)
Charons Boot (Schifffisch) Bronzeguss p0liert (8 Ex.)
Regina Altorfer, Bronze, Bronze
Fern in mir
"Fern in mir", mein Beitrag zum Symposium "Remake" des Kunstvereins Ottobrunn
Wolfgang Sandt, Marble
Auge II / Eye II
Kastanie, Feuer, Öl / chestnau, fire, oil
Andreas Mathes, Wood
Nest 1
Material: Bronze Weight: 0,6kg Year: 2015
Judith Mann, Bronze
Odyssey
32 carved and polychromed figures, each 2.5 m tall. Exhibited in Salisbury Cathedral, England.
Robert Koenig, Wood, Installation
Element Fire
flame- Fire - made from Oak wood
Markus Brinker, Wood
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