The Master of the new Dutch Still life
Are you interest in Fine Art Flower still lifes?
Is this a painting or a picture? What is it exactly? It is the work of artist Sander van Laar. Sander combines his knowledge of photography with image editing of the highest level. Sander succeeds in this with his own technique, to convert photos into a true masterpiece, complete with sublime details and a nod to well-known paintings from bygone times. Sander’s creativity knows no bounds. It is an autonomous artist who thrives best with carte blanche.
His work has now been sold worldwide. The portfolio contains a number of his bestsellers. Unique are the still lifes of flowers combined with vases from the Rijksmuseum. The observant eye may perhaps discover something surprising in this. And just that extra characterizes the work of Sander. The new master in this field.
Would you also like a work of art by Sander in your living room? Are you looking for something special? Sander likes to think along with you so that the artwork is guaranteed to fit your home or office.
Sander van Laar bij
7 & 8 December: Kerstfair Galerie 1400 Zetten
Royal Flora I & II te zien tijdens de kerstfait en langer
8-9-10 november 2019 : Gentlemen’s fair WareGem (Belgium)
My latest work “Royal Pink”
By stand from https://www.galleryvankan.com/
VtwoonBeurs 1 tot 6 oktober with 2 works (Royal Flora + Dutch Love 2.0)
May “Royal Blue” Rembrandtplein Caransa NHhotel 6 month exhibition in Caransa hotel Amsterdam work together with Booart kunstbemiddeling and “De grote Paul stichting”
2018 Vtwonendesignbeurs 2018 (NL) work together with werkaandemuur.nl
2018 Black & Wall in Griekenland (Europa)
2017 Gemeentehuis Haarlem Kloostergebouw Expositie
2017 Kunstroute Veenendaal (NL)
2016 Beeldend Veenendaal (NL)
2016 “Still aLife” Rebecca De Waal Texel (NL)
2016 “Still aLife” Kunstroute Veenendaal (NL)
2015 Expositie Renkum (NL)
Grote Paul 2017 (NL)
2019 Magazine the optimist juli/augustes (Link)
2018 Local newspaper of Veenendaal (Rijnpost link)
2018 Gelderlander newspaper (link)
2018 Texel newspaper
Interview (dutch) by Studio Obscura
with Stefan Witte and Michel Maat
2010 – 2012 Highschool of photography in Apeldoorn (graduated)
1993 Graphic design multimedia in Utrecht (graduated)
1990 – 1992 Graphic design DTP in Utrecht (graduated)