Artwork by Sari Piek
“Gradually Sari Piek found a way for herself to combine both the craftsmanship with her urge to experiment, which resulted in sometimes highly abstracted faces, bigger than real live, on canvas. Also, on paper, sometimes in many thick layers, she conjures up faces from the material, rooted in reality, but not governed by it. It is important for Sari Piek to highlight the unexpected. Emphasizing the things that stand out to her by means of color, light versus dark and structure. The people depicted are not specific persons; rather they are registrations of general human images, based on chance encounters, photos, memories and ideas.”
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