The Artist Abroad creates urban mixed media art that is recognizable, yet somehow surreal. Mixing image transfer and acrylics Denise creates pieces that are graphic, contemporary and yet nostalgic. Living and working in Montreal, QC, she has spent the past ten years travelling and residing in various North American cities, exhibiting her work along the way. Originally from the Netherlands, Denise has a Bachelor of Arts in Illustration from Willem de Kooning Academy of Arts in Rotterdam.
From February 20-23, 2020 the Artist Abroad, Denise Buisman Pilger, will return to Toronto for the 13th annual Artist Project to be held at the Better Living Center, Exhibition Place in Toronto. The artist will be showing off a brand new body of work inspired by her time living in Japan (Booth number will be announced soon).
The Artist Project is a high end art fair that allows the public to browse and buy artwork directly from the artists. Visitors can explore and discover works of art from over 200 top contemporary artists from Canada and abroad.
Dates & TimesThursday February 20 | 7-11 PM (Opening Night Party, 19+ event)
Friday February 24 | 11 AM - 10 PM
Saturday February 25 | 11 AM - 8 PM
Sunday February 26 | 11 AM - 6 PM
Booth number and location and more information about where to get your tickets and what you can expect to see at the exhibition will follow soon!
International artists Robert N Moore and Denise Buisman Pilger will exhibit their works in a very special showroom display at Toyo Kitchen Style in Nagoya from October 19-28. The exhibition will be held on the 3rd floor of Toyo Kitchen's gorgeous Nagoya showroom which is conveniently located just across the street from Issha station.
At this exhibition both artists will display a wide variety of works, the unique showroom setting gives collectors an opportunity to see the art in an interior design setting, making it easy to imagine the pieces on a wall in your home.
The exhibition is free and open to the public, business hours are 10 am - 6pm (closed on Wednesdays).
[Access by train] 3-minute walk from Issha Station of the municipal subway Higashiyama Line.[Access by car]3 minutes from Nagoya Interchange of Tomei Expressway.3 minutes from Kamiyashiro Exit of Tomei Expressway.5 minutes from Takabari Exits of Nagoya Expressway. ParkingCurrently, the north-side entrance of the car park is closed due to construction work. Please use the south-side entrance when visiting.