Artist Statement & Biography

 

 

My paintings are about perception. Through them I explore the limitations of the two dimensional medium and look for ways to stimulate the imagination.

 

Through the use of illusionary space, material and light effects I create images which are object-like. It is an attempt to make the viewer 're-view' what it is they are looking at.

 

Visual themes you may find in my paintings are: monumental and architectural features, celestial bodies, mirrors, tools and instruments, ceremonial objects.

 

I paint exclusively in oils, on stretched canvas or linen as well as on wood panel.

This year I have returned to drawing, which gave me such joy as a child. It truly was my way of self-expression.

As I build a body of work, I'm looking forward to sharing them with you here!

 

Nadia Mulder 2022

 

Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.

 

​Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:

 

 ​Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008

 

Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009

 

‘Fade Away’ -painting between representation and abstraction

at Transition Gallery, London 2010

and Gallery North, University of Northumbria, 2011.

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK

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Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

Artist Statement & Biography
In my paintings I explore the idea that I can take the viewer anywhere. Not to a particular place, scene or narrative, but into the imagination: a ‘place’ where anything is possible. 
By that I mean that by looking at the paintings one can perceive seemingly contradictory elements co-habiting in an imaginary space, having been wrought in paint within the edges of the composition.
There is no figuration, although illusionary light sources are used to create a space (or spaces) in the paintings. Simple lines, curves and circles are used to structure the composition, whilst tonal tricks and juxtapositions in colour create a sense of ‘full’ or ‘empty’ space.
The edges of the painting are as much part of each composition as all the other elements on the surface: the paintings are therefore self-contained, reminding the viewer that one is looking at an object as well as at an image.
The themes, predominantly informing the titles of the work, are:
Deep space, monumental, astronomical, mirrors, instruments, tools, ceremonial objects.
Most of the paintings are made using oil paint on stretched canvas, but this year I have started experimenting with painting on wood panel.  
Nadia Mulder, November 2021
Biography: 1977 born in Alkmaar, The Netherlands. 1990 moved to Britain and grew up in Sussex. 1996 Foundation Fine Art at Gerrit Rietveld Academy, Amsterdam. 1997-99 studied Painting, Drawing and Print making at Royal Academy of Art, The Hague. 2006-2009 studied Painting at Wimbledon College of Art 2009 graduated from Wimbledon College of Art.
Exhibitions-Prizes-Collections:
Prunella Clough Award, Wimbledon college of Art, UAL 2008
Collection Landmark Plc. The Royal Mint, London 2009
‘Fade Away’ at Transition Gallery, London 2009
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2019

Nadia Mulder lives and works in Kent, UK
 

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