Discipline: 3D printen

Ilse Vermeulen lives and works in 's-Hertogenbosch where she studied at the Royal Academy of Art and Design. At first she mainly made illustrations for several newspapers and magazines. After the exhibition 'Bouwsel' in The Noordbrabants Museum she focused on visual art. She works in several disciplines. Beside 2- dimensional art she makes sculptures of bronze and aluminium. And the last years she uses the technic of 3D-printing as a base ingredient to develop her work. Ilse Vermeulen is represented by Gallery Majke Hüsstege, selected in The Netherlands as Gallery of the Year 2014. Recently art of the installation shown here, is bought for the collection of the Miniaturemusem presented in the Gemeentemuseum Den Haag.

Volière Corvus Corona (15*)

15-kraai h200


Ilse Vermeulen has her own studio located in an old pumping-station in 's-Hertogenbosch. There she is working 'with her back to the city and her view to the polder'. The shown installation of 3D printed crows are part of her bird project. Her art is often about contradictions; death-life, city-'polder', inside-outside, 1-2 dimensional, abstract-figurative, old-new, collecting-release....and everything is connected.

Material: Sandstone multicolor
Dimension: 36,5 x 17,8 x 19 cm
Price: €1.200,00 per a piece

Corvus Corona b (16*)

Grit print on traditional Chinese paper in an essen whitewash deepened frame

These 2 dimensional 3D bird drawings are developed by using innovative technologies. Ilse Vermeulen sees the technic of 3D-scanning and printing and as a base ingredient.; a tool to create herart. She likes the contradictions; use of innovative technology - worked out on traditional Chinese paper.

Dimension inclusive frame: 70 x 90 cm
Price: € 750,00 a piece