‘Untitled I’ by Redmer Hoekstra
Artist: Redmer Hoekstra
Title: ‘Untitled I’
Medium: Fineliner Pen on Paper
Dimensions: 12.8″ x 9.6″
Framing: Framed in Wooden Frame (Frame Size: 19.7″ x 15.7″)
Year of Creation: 2020
About the Artwork:
“I’ve always loved alianation, to daydream. As a child I made my own theories about things and how they worked. And how the world works. At the art academy I refound this and was able to fuse this in my work.
I combine shapes, animals, machines, things to create new logic or illogical beings/things. Humor is very important in this I feel for it opens the mind in a very pleasant way. It opens people to look beyond the obvious.
I want to invite people to think, to wander like a child. To look at the world with an open view. Things are not always what they seem. In this world today, seemingly ruled by fear people should not run with leaders who hate and spread fear. People should think for themselves, for they decide what their world looks like. That is what I want to invite people to see. Think for yourself, and dont let anyone tell you not to.
This drawing is part of a Parade and it feels like a new step. A new, even more imaginative road I have just discovered. Responses from the public have been very enthusiastic.” – Redmer Hoekstra
About the Artist:
Redmer Hoekstra, born in 1982, graduated from the art Academie op Zwolle, the Netherlands, as an illustrator. Since then, he has been working as a full time professional artist.