Artist Paulette Snijders

Who is Paulette Snijders,

Artist and Sculpturer

Paulette Snijders-Bremen, born in Kerkrade (1946) studied in Maastricht at the main Academy of Art and the Jan van Eyck Academy. She completed her study with workshops and courses with the artist Frans de Haas in The Haque (etches), Indonesian batiks at the Academy in Delft and a study of philosophy at the Arcus college in Heerlen. The work history of Paulette was just as turbulent as her existence. She worked in Germany, Spain, Algeria and at various places in the Netherlands. Her vision of life is the result of the protective Western culture, also under the influence of her four years in Spain and the struggle for life in the desert of Algeria, as well as many journeys to exotic countries.  Paulette’s most important incentive in review of her art is: Emotion! Love, anger, restlessness, aggression and warmth are portrayed in striking passages of abstract and figurative. The recurring elements are love of nature, humanity and the longing for aesthetic beauty.
Paintings and bronze sculptures

Paulette Snijders creates

modern figurative

paintings. Central theme is

the woman as a mystery.

The woman who loves but

also elusive...

Bronze sculptures with. 

main themes as love. dance

and mythology

In the first video you will

walk in an sculpture garde

inspired by Monet.

In the

second video you will see

videoshots during the

creation by paulette

Snijders of the painting

Grand Café.

In this item you will be

informed about future

exhibitions and workshops

by Paulette Snijders.  You

will also get news about

new creations and other

things which will be

important to you.

ARTIST Paulette Snijders

Who is Paulette Snijders,

Artist and Sculpturer

Paulette Snijders-Bremen, born in Kerkrade (1946) studied in Maastricht at the main Academy of Art and the Jan van Eyck Academy. She completed her study with workshops and courses with the artist Frans de Haas in The Haque (etches), Indonesian batiks at the Academy in Delft and a study of philosophy at the Arcus college in Heerlen. The work history of Paulette was just as turbulent as her existence. She worked in Germany, Spain, Algeria and at various places in the Netherlands. Her vision of life is the result of the protective Western culture, also under the influence of her four years in Spain and the struggle for life in the desert of Algeria, as well as many journeys to exotic countries.  Paulette’s most important incentive in review of her art is: Emotion! Love, anger, restlessness, aggression and warmth are portrayed in striking passages of abstract and figurative. The recurring elements are love of nature, humanity and the longing for aesthetic beauty.
Paintings and bronze sculptures

In de eerste video wandelt

U door Monet geïnspireerde

beeldentuin. Verder kunt U

kiezen uit een interview

met Paulette waar ze

vertelt over haar werk en

andere aspecten van het

creëren.

U krijgt nieuws over de

aanstaande exposities, over

gedane en toekomstige

workshops, over de laatste

schilderijen en andere

zaken die mogelijk uw

belangstelling zullen hebben

Paulette Snijders creates

modern figurative

paintings. Central theme is

the woman as a mystery.

The woman who loves but

also elusive...

Bronze sculptures with. 

main themes as love. dance

and mythology