It takes two: Pinguins

It takes two: Pinguins par l'artiste Sigrid Klop

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It takes two: Pinguins sur Sigrid Klop

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Code de l'oeuvre: 41135
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Een paar koningspinguins, waarbij de tonen blauw en een vleugje geel voor een rustig beeld vormen.

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Sigrid Klop photo de profilBecause of the fact that my mother is an artist, I grew up as a regular visitor of museums and other art exhibitions.

At the age of twenty I started taking pictures, mostly with architecture as subject and with a preference for the color blue. I took several trainings and developed over the years to a more allround photographer. My pictures were published in the book "Focus Passages: The Doors."


I love to work in series. And though I didn't mean to, I discovered that I was inspired by the same subjects as my mother. She has a series called ?the wall of my life?; my answer to that is ?the life in my wall?. We share a special interest for stones and things that are a bit grungy, weathered or just not "plastic fantastic".


More recently I started to combine painting and photography. I love the multilayered pieces this combination provides. I start with a concept and start to mix up the different media to make the art piece.

As a photographer I shoot landscapes and daily subjects as my pictures serve designers, bloggers and editors at big microstock agents like Shutterstock, Dreamstime, iStockphoto, Fotolia and de Nationale Beeldbank. But I still love to shoot architecture.

Although being an artist is an important part of my daily life, there is more to know about me. I was born (1971) and raised in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. I went to the Erasmus University and became a health scientist. I practised as such for a long time, partly neglect

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