The first Tekenmeester Sketchpedition visiting the old railway area in Tilburg was a huge succes.
The results are noteworthy! Look at Tekenmeesters’ facebookpage If you’re curious!
And join us at our next schetspedition! (enrolment at www.tekenmeesters.nl)
With great pleasure the following announcement!
Anneke is part of the new (cool) drawing collective ‘Tekenmeesters’. Together with Gemma (Tegelaers), Beerd (Gieteling) and Helene (Aarts) we will infect the Netherlands (to begin with) with the drawingvirus. Drawing in the outdoors, drawing to be designing or drawing to imagine, Tekenmeesters will show (you) it all.
Follow a drawing course, join us on our drawing travels or attend a Tekenmeesters event!
Please visit our website www.tekenmeesters.nl
(if you want an English translation let me know).
You can join our newsletter or facebook site if you want to be ‘in the loop’.
An intimate exposition in the tiniest coffeehouse of the world (not totally sure but it certainly sounds good): Anneke’s drawnscapes-on-coffeehouse-tour continues! The exposition will be ‘in the air’ till 28 December 2015. And enjoying the most delicious coffee whilst gazing at the endless drawnscapes on the first floor measuring 10 square metres makes tiny space more relative than ever.
Going DDWeeking on StrijpS? Do stop for a coffee then!
The latest published 4art magazine features a colouring picture of drawnscape series.
Lets start colouring!!!
Drawnscape 08107 got published in Trouw. The picture accompanies the article “In a compact world everything is better”, a review of the new book ‘Alles wordt beter – nou ja, bijna alles’ by Simon Rozendaal.
This year we did it again! Drawing in the city centre of Den Bosch. The cathedral of Sint Jan was again main target this year. Always good to be there! See you next year (first sunday in June)
Bram, Vincent, Clemens en Peter. This magnificent compact drawing gang went drawing in the surroundings of Maastricht. Drawing whilst sitting barefoot in the grass, really, that’s the real thing! Drawing grass and dragons…….and grassdragons (perhaps). The painting of a grassdragon is a collective ‘art’ (what a team!). Thanks guys for a nice day!