A piece of cord painted in gradual shades of red to pink to white hangs from a pin, on a soft board, painted in gradual shades of green.
The words, ´Eva was hier´, are pencilled in at the bottom of the board. This work was a response to discovering the work of Eva Hesse and the realisation that there was art, a lot of it, being made now, not only by women, but art that went beyond the dictates of modernism. Eve had been and had left her mark in the garden.
|2016||Galerie Tuinstaal Leiden, The Netherlands|
|2008||Threads of the Day Leids Wevershuis (Leiden Museum of Weaving), Leiden, The Netherlands.|
|2008||"Galerie TamTam", TamTam multicultural Festival, Leiden, The Netherlands|
|1992||Graduation Exhibition, Maastricht School of Visual Arts, Maastricht, The Netherlands.|