Date: 29 October 2016 – 07 January 2017
Time: 9.00 – 17.00
Location: Titian Art Space
Jl. Bisma No: 88 Ubud
Willem Kerseboom had no intention of living in Bali when he first visited six years ago. Bali, however, is an intriguing, multi dimensional world. He became seduced by the distinctive qualities of the island, it’s culture, and the beauty of the local people. “I fully understand what the painters Bonnet, Hofker and Spies appreciated about Bali. Only here can these influences be absorbed,” Kerseboom said.
The Bali landscape is an infinite source of inspiration. Labelled as “like no other”, countless foreign painters have ventured to the island in search of the unique qualities of light, and potent creative experiences.
Following in a long line of Dutch painters who have graced Bali from the 1930’s onward, (Bonnet, Hofker, and Arie Smit to name a few), decades later comes Willem Kerseboom, the painter with a gift for capturing Bali’s vibrant landscape.