isabelle scheltjens

Isabelle SCHELTJENS
  • biographie
Isabelle Scheltjens had been interested in art since she was young. She studied at SISA, the Antwerp City Institute for Decorative Arts and Crafts. The magni cent glass design of her husband Dirk Neefs inspired Isabelle to work with the same material. It took years of intense practicing and juxtaposing countless of pieces of colored glass to re ne her method and truly master the color theory. She developed a unique glass-fusing technique, whereby pieces of glass in different colors, sizes and textures are melted together at approximately 800°C. The colorful pieces of glass are like the dots of paint used by the pointillists: forming an abstract image up close, yet a dramatic and precise portrait from a distance.

Isabelle achieves striking optical effects with her technique: she captures the dance of light and color in a way that a photograph transforms it into a black & white or sometimes a colorful portrait - the fascinating result of a process that relies on the perceptive ability of the eye and mind of the viewer.

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Zoom The Sweetest perfection

The Sweetest perfection

Technique mixte - Œuvre originale – Pièce unique

152cm x 114cm (60" x 45") non disponible
Zoom Lilou

Lilou

Technique mixte - Œuvre originale – Pièce unique

152cm x 114cm (60" x 45") non disponible
Zoom May

May

Technique mixte - Œuvre originale – Pièce unique

152cm x 114cm (60" x 45") disponible
Zoom Ebba

Ebba

Technique mixte - Œuvre originale – Pièce unique

152cm x 114cm (60" x 45") disponible
Zoom Elif

Elif

Technique mixte - Œuvre originale – Pièce unique

166cm x 125cm (65" x 49") disponible

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