A farm stands before you on the horizon. A windmill majestically slices the blue sky. A bird, painted in taut brushstrokes, struts on a branch. These are tranquil images; horizon far in the distance. Jeroen Allart’s paintings are becoming more graphic in his endless search for perfection. More is less. ‘I struggled with painting for a long time. I revel in it now and I know how to transform my ideas into form and colour.’ (text: Yvette van Dael)




Jeroen Allart (1970, Rotterdam, NL)