”Lydia Duijmelinck intends to make the intuitive and spiritual world – that are naturally present for her – visible to the spectator. Labour-intensive ceramics as well as graphic art bring her in a meditative state, leading to an
oriental aesthetic that has been influenced by traditional oriental art and oriental philosophy.
The two different media are sources for each other and therefore inseparable. The blue and turquoise colours often present in her graphic work as well as the coral looking ceramics are a reference to the underwater worlds, where one experiences the world completely different.
Underwater there is a kind of peace that cannot be found above the surface. In her work she invites the spectators
to experience these peaceful worlds of calmness and contemplation.”
2014 – 2018 Fine Art and Design in Education (HKU), the Netherlands
2018 | This Art Fair, Amsterdam (UPCOMING)
2018 | HKU Exposure (group exhibition) HKU, Utrecht
2016 | Puberexpo (group exhibition) HKU, Utrecht
Explaining and ‘showing’ her work to
blind and partially sighted
2018 HKU exposure
NN Group subcollection Delta Lloyd