artworks • '10s

'object acheté'

different sizes

object

'mask'

27x46x16cm

object

'between A and B'

painting, branch

object

'heart #2-galaxy-'

103x102x39cm, waste materials, glitters

sculptures object

Pascale Leenders/Han Rameckers: ‘To Be Close’ #1

material: duratrans. 255x180cm, lighttubes. In the early twentieth century, tuberculosis (TBC) was a dangerous infectious disease many people died of. At that time, there were no medicines or treatments available for the disease, and to prevent it from spreading, patients were isolated. The disease often had a fatal outcome and was hardly treatable. The only possible way to treat patients was by making sure they rested enough, ate well and breathed in lots of clean air.Since then, a sanatorium house for TBC patients has been built in the garden of the monastery at Wittem. The simple wooden house was rotatable to allow patients to benefit from the sun, light and air as much as possible and to keep the wind off the entrance.This house and its history have inspired us to make the work ‘To Be Close' # 1.

installations photos

'smiley'

A4, paint on paper

'power sex money' #6

49x33cm, paint on mdf

paintings

'composition #29-floating 2-'

105x42x33cm, different materials

sculptures object

'happy tree-51 dots-'

different materials, 15x17cm

object

'invasion'

different sizes, different materials. made on the spot. on the back 'happy spots'

installations

'what are you doing here?'

foam on board, 20x20cm

object

'schitterij #8-galaxy'

110x95x4 cm, paint-glitters

paintings

'sunshine #4-sponge-'

53x14x9, different materials

object

'black and white'-meeting-

newspaper photo, paint

'sunshine #2-felt-'

39x20x22 cm, different materials

object

'corner piece'

edetion 10

out of the box

170 x100x100

sculptures

'branch'

150x100x80

sculptures

'wunderbaum'

172x100x100

sculptures

'coincidence'

40x50x4, chocolate letters

'to love'

220x180x7

paintings

powersexmoney

220 x 180x2

paintings

'composition #10-floating-'

different materials, 35 x 25 x 25 cm.

installations

'composition #9 - attack-'

different materials, 35 x 26 x 29 cm.

installations

'composition #8 - organ-'

different materials, 31 x 28 x 29 cm.

sculptures

'to nature'

different sizes

sculptures

'composition #4 -movement-'

60x30x50, different materials

sculptures

'wall'

different sizes, galerie Wanda Reiff, Bemelen, NL.

'quantity of calcium in the body of han han rameckers'

15x15x3, part of the elements of the the body of han rameckers

object

'to nature'

different sizes

installations

'big poem'

different sizes

object

'a little poem'

different sizes

object

'portret'

35x18cm

object

'we would like to tell you why -click clack-'

25 pieces for the staff of Zuiderlicht, Maastricht. christmas 2013. two ostrich eggs, string and rubbing letters

sculptures

'we would like to tell you why'

foodstutffcans, toys and different kinds of letters

object

'another day'

different sizes

installations

'the gates of nuth'

My preference is to paint 'the gates of nuth'- the viaduct passageways Stationstraat and Nuinhofstraat / Spoorstraat downtown Nuth- the same way. This creates an 'aha experience', which I have seen before. The budget that is available for the painting and the roughness of the surface of the walls of the viaducts require a monumental approach, so not detailed and a simple way of applying the paint. Principles for making the design for the painting of the viaducts in nuth: making the gray tunnels public. The idea that graffiti is a nuisance and must always be removed. Normally graffiti is painted over with a paint roller. Often the paint color is not right, just a shade too light or too dark. In fact, there is a new graffiti, but then in an abstract form, geometric planes arise. A design/pattern of painted graffiti. Everything is painted with the roller, this creates a specific shape character.Should there be any damage, read graffiti, you can simply paint over it in the same style. The artwork then changes minimally and the total image becomes richer.

murals commission

'the gates of nuth'

My preference is to paint 'the gates of nuth'- the viaduct passageways Stationstraat and Nuinhofstraat / Spoorstraat downtown Nuth- the same way. This creates an 'aha experience', which I have seen before. The budget that is available for the painting and the roughness of the surface of the walls of the viaducts require a monumental approach, so not detailed and a simple way of applying the paint. Principles for making the design for the painting of the viaducts in nuth: making the gray tunnels public. The idea that graffiti is a nuisance and must always be removed. Normally graffiti is painted over with a paint roller. Often the paint color is not right, just a shade too light or too dark. In fact, there is a new graffiti, but then in an abstract form, geometric planes arise. A design/pattern of painted graffiti. Everything is painted with the roller, this creates a specific shape character.Should there be any damage, read graffiti, you can simply paint over it in the same style. The artwork then changes minimally and the total image becomes richer.

murals commission

'pappa fumes un pinceau'

plate, brush, paint

object

'1\60-black and different collors'

55x45, ironing beads

'50/50-red and black-'

ironing beads, 110x90

paintings

'huisje boompje beestje'

different materials, 40x35x9

object solo exhibitions

'la petite monde'

'zomerexpositie/exposition d'été,' Eben-Emael, B. different sizes, different materials

installations

'la petite monde'

'zomerexpositie/exposition d'été,' Eben-Emael, B.

demonstrations sign for street action.

'open art', Eschweiler, D. in collaboration with Rudy Beerens NL., Gottfried Wahlter D. en Joseph Schneider D.

'galaxy'

220x180x7

paintings

'what are we doing here?'

commission University Maastricht, Maastricht

commission murals