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Sander Steins

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Sander Steins

Born: 1973

Hometown: Nijmegen

Based in: Nijmegen

 

Sander Steins (1973) is a self-taught artist/photographer from Nijmegen, the Netherlands.
He is obsessed with nature, industrial subjects and technology. He is also deeply interested in the darker sides of society and mankind.
Towards art media he takes a holistic approach. All the technological developments of the past decades have made it possible for him to experiment with new digital techniques. He still uses traditional techniques and materials like pencils, paint, graphite, oil pastels and ink. He blends all these new and traditional media in a wild and expressive way, often by building, destroying and rebuilding.

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Stepping Out a Green Labyrinth

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 3,870

We Work!

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Painting

US$ 900

True Life (2)

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Mixed Media

US$ 900

True Life (1)

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Mixed Media

US$ 900

Into A Green Labyrinth (1)

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Photography

US$ 3,870

The Sun Always Shines Over a Perfect Harmony

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 1,800

1979

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 1,000

Deer & OVA

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 1,800

Iceberg

Sander Steins, Netherlands

Limited Edition Prints

US$ 1,800

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About Sander Steins


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What inspires you?

Contrasts in life.


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Describe your creative process.

Thinking, creating, destructing and constructing.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Expressive, energetic and abstract.


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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Willem de Kooning, Die Bechers, Albert Renger-Patzsch, Cy Twombly , Susumu Yokota and Albert Oehlen.


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

The subconscious.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

To stay authentic, work hard and follow your own path.

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