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Stella Burggraaf

Stella Burggraaf

Hometown: Westknollendam

Based in: Westknollendam

Stella Burggraaf is a Dutch landscape painter living close to Amsterdam. She’s inspired by the dutch wetlands and coast in the north of Holland where she was born and still lives. Stella graduated at the Wackers Art Academy (Amsterdam) in 2003.

Most paintings are made in her studio in Westknollendam. These paintings are not a registration of the actual landscape, but impressions of the landscape as she sees it. Stella creates her own landscapes in a simple way. Searching for the Dutch atmosphere and wide views, with reflecting clouds on the water and muddy fields and windy beaches.


5 works for sale

Purple light

Stella Burggraaf, Netherlands

Painting

$ 2,000

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Summer is here by Stella Burggraaf

Stella Burggraaf, Netherlands

Painting

$ 1,600

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Frozen atmosphere by Stella Burggraaf

Stella Burggraaf, Netherlands

Painting

$ 1,650

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The lonely cow by Stella Burggraaf

Stella Burggraaf, Netherlands

Painting

$ 2,200

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Have a nice day by Stella Burggraaf

Stella Burggraaf, Netherlands

Painting

$ 2,400

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Stella Burggraaf In The Studio

"My studio is situated in Westknollendam in the Norht of Holland, close to Amsterdam. I work there from Monday till Friday, accompanied by my dog."

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What inspires you?

I am inspired by the Dutch wetlands, the wide open spaces where the famous Dutch clouds reflect in the water. The changing weather and atmosphere are the subject in my paintings.

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Describe your creative process.

Most of the paintings are made in my studio in Westknollendam, but I also work plein air. I prefer to work on big formats, but also work on small sizes. All works are oilpaintings.

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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

Modern impressionistic landscapes

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Who are some artists that have influenced your work?

Monet, Andriesse, Weisenbruch

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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

Of course the wide flat spatula brush

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

Make what you like

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Where do you go for inspiration?

I just look outside my window

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