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Heidi von Faber

Heidi von Faber (1963) The Hague, The Netherlands. Heidi finds inspiration in the use of light in the paintings by the Old Dutch Masters. This use of light in her work make the everyday topics of her realistic paintings really stand out. This is why she usually works against a dark background. She likes to create a restful image without too many frills. Because of the subject matter, often objects in everyday use, and the seeming simplicity of her style, her creations have a contemporary look. Glass objects and colourful fruit feature regularly in her work. She finds it important that the composition forms a logical unity and looks appealing. She paints with acrylics on linen.