• STEVEN NEDERVEEN


    "“The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and all science."

     


    Albert Einstein"

     

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    Sculptures from my show back in May, 2017

    Iceberg #1 - in shades of blue

    Here's a sculpture of an Iceberg in Blue. It's built using layers of plexiglass, acrylic paint, a maple wood casing and a light.

    It's available at Bau-Xi Gallery in Vancouver

    Iceberg #2 - in shades of pink, violet and blue

    Here's a sculpture of an Iceberg in Pink and Violet. It's built using layers of plexiglass, acrylic paint, a maple wood casing and a light.

    Viewed from one side it's all pink, from the other side it's violet and blue.

    It's on display at Bau-Xi Photo Gallery in Toronto.

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    UPCOMING EVENTS:

     

     

     
    Group show at Bau-Xi Gallery Vancouver this December

     

     

     

     

    THE BRAIN PROJECT

    Baycrest Health Sciences, a world leader in brain health and aging, is raising funds and awareness of dementia and other brain related diseases.

    They've had over 100 brain sculptures painted by local artists, on display at various locations in downtown Toronto.

    Later they will be sold to sponsoring organizations or collectors worldwide.

    Here's the brain I did this year.

     

     

    Life in Between

    Referencing MRI scans, my sculpture uses individually painted sheets of Plexiglas that work together to create a 3-dimensional brain. Viewed from the sides, the brain is a complete image but as the viewer moves around the piece it becomes a series of disjointed layers. Within the brain are webs of connected and disconnected structures. The light gives the brain an ethereal quality, adding to its delicate state.

     

    Check out more at:

    http://www.brainproject.ca/portfolio_page/steven-nederveen-2/

     

     

    I'M BACK FROM ICELAND!

    I was invited to create a painting for the Canadian Embassy

    in Iceland as part of the Canada 150th celebrations.

    I gave two audio/visual presentations, one in Akureyri and one in Reykjavik.

     

    Here is the painting I created for them.

    Artwork: Ocean Crossing, 30x60 inches, mixed media, 2017

    CANADIAN HOUSE AND HOME MAGAZINE

    A great article and a lovely home.

     

     

     

     

    VANCOUVER HOME MAGAZINE ARTICLE

    Here's a great article about the development of my artistic life and my last show.

    Click the image to see the full story

    Vancouver Home Magazine -article
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