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This will be the last entry on this blog.
Dymph has returned to the US, and I am traveling as well.
As I still have not figured out how to write the code so that you can click the image to enlarge it, these pictures are the best I can do.
On my Facebook page you can view them larger www.facebook.com/raymonde.vansanten
Thank you for reading this blog.
 
Following are a selection of the images from the exhibition:
 
view of the "gallery" and a poem by Frank Eerhart, shared by my neighbor, written on a print by Dymph, freely translated
"boulder"
it was big, it was rock,
from up high it looked proudly into the valley
but it broke, it fell,
and a stream took it to the ocean
it was made round, by the sand
became a boulder, on the beach, by the ocean
 
view of gallery
wall piece "profiel" - in progress, cardboard, book pages, clay, paint, glue, plants [ray]
"poem - kei"
 
 
cardboard
detail "profiel" - in progress
"sketches", ink, paper [ray]
"boulders", cardboard, clay, paint[ray]
 
 
lezenaar
"lezenaar", found cart, found and donated objects, cardboard, canvas, clay objects [ray]
"VERY abridged ATLAS of the Wageningse Berg" [ray]
 
 
drawing
"Wageningse Berg", pu-foam, charcoal [ray]
"kei worden", video of performing "becoming boulder" [ray]
 
 
objects on wall
Dymph did not name her works. She used found objects and materials, glue, sand, paint, fabric, paper [Dymph]
The 2 -D works are on paer with inks by Dymph and india ink
 
 
images on wall
work by Dymph
 
 
Some pages from my ATLAS
atlas
"After having lived as a migrating boulder for many years, I've settled, for now, on the Wageningse Berg.
In this VERY abridged ATLAS I present some of the places on the Berg that have my interest.
 
atlas
"hollow roads" often occur on the edges of push-moraine. The Wageningen hollow road was part of a pre-historic route. Length: 200 meters, average gradient: 9.1%, steepest gradient 11.4%, difference in altitude: 20 meters.
 
atlas
On the Berg are 11 visible burial mounds, the oldest dating from 2.500 BC. Burial gifts show that these people traded with others in an area as large as present-day Europe.
 
atlas
There are two more burial places: the Jewish burial grounds, established in 1668, closed in 1929, restaured and designated a monument in 1987.
The grave of the family Constant de Rebecque, established in 1894 when the founder of the country estate "Belmonte" had died.