'The Source' inspired by Mondriaan
What was your inspiration?
The Style, the world-famous Dutch art movement, was founded 100 years ago. For The Hague Art Circle, we wanted to organize an exhibition with The Style as the centerpiece. Especialy for the exhibition, I made the work 'The Source'. I inspired me by the flowers of Piet Mondriaan that he painted between 1900 - 1912. I made a photo in my studio of a large light blue Hydrangea and combined this with one of te earliest abstract works of Mondriaan where I saw a flower shape. I would like to work with prints on textiles. I love dust! By choosing a super-transparent fabric (where I received a good advice from Print Unlimited), my concept came true.
More info and photos: http://www.jaxpix.nl/exposities_34.html
What can we expect in the future?
I will definitely cotinue to work on fabrics. At the moment, I'm experimenting with work that can also be shown outside and with photo fabric operations.
Designer: Jacqueline Louter-Hoos
Project: The Source
Photographer: Jacqueline Louter-Hoos