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New: Lighthouse

The bright light at the top of a lighthouse is often white, but in some towers it is also red in color. Rineke captured the atmosphere of lighthouses in this tall glass object. The two parts together form a round structure that shows its color depending on how you look at it.

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New: Golden hour

Glass artist Rineke loves the light in the last hour before sunset. Photographers call it the Golden Hour. During that time, the sun gives a wonderfully warm glow to everything the light shines on. The glass sculpture ‘Golden hour’ wants to convey that feeling to you. Enjoy the warmth.

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Reflections in Glass – 3D glass art

Rineke Nijssen from Elst (Gld) and Carolin Zibulka from Kleve (Germany) cordially invite you to their duo exhibition Reflections in Glass on 18 and 19 November from 11:00 to 17:00.

Rineke shows her colourful spatial glass objects, made with glass fusion. Carolin shows her unique 3D glass panels made with lava coating, in which you see plenty of depth. Rineke and Carolin present their works in the historical “Kerkje van Persingen” between Nijmegen and Kleve.

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11 and 12 November: National Atelier Weekend at Rineke

On 11 and 12 November 2023, the National Atelier Weekend will be held. During this weekend, (professional) artists open their studios to interested parties. Rineke also opens the studio in her home. On Saturday 11 and Sunday 12 November you can walk in between 11:00 and 16:00 to view and possibly buy her work. We look forward to welcoming you!

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Interest in bronze at Kunstbeurs Zutphen

In addition to her colourful glass objects, Rineke also brought some bronze sculptures to the Zutphen 2023 Art Fair. Diver, Ballum and Hollum and Leisure received admiring comments. The beautiful glass objects were also in the spotlight with many ooohhhh’s and ahhh’s. Rineke wishes the new owners of her work lots of joy.

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New: Geysir

This blue-green glass artwork in turquoise base is called Geysir and is the third in the Eruptions series. Geysir the Icelanders call it, the spouting spring that gave our hot water appliances its name. Rineke went to look there, but stood a little too close to it. The wind earned her a wet suit that only stayed warm for a moment…

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