Martijn de Boer

beeldend kunstenaar

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Leeuw – 09042019

Leeuw - 09042019 (21 x 30)
Leeuw – 09042019
Aquarel, 21 x 30 cm

Dode Haas – 08042019

Dode Haas - 08042019 (21 x 30)
Dode Haas – 08042019
Aquarel, 21 x 30 cm

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM | TILBURG

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http://www.metropolitanmuseum.nl/

inviting artist: ‘MARTIJN DE BOER | AQUARELLEN’ | April 6 – May 9, 2019
Fine arts: Martijn de Boer | curator: Herman J Russell | production: Bureau Dorith’

METROPOLITAN MUSEUM | TILBURG
15 STEDEKESTRAAT 5041DM TILBURG NETHERLANDS

Stadsnieuws Tilburg – 05 april 2019

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Omgevallen Den bij het De Siptenpad – Kaaistoep – 25022019

Omgevallen Den bij het De Siptenpad - Kaaistoep - 25022019 (30 x 42)
Omgevallen Den bij het De Siptenpad – Kaaistoep – 25022019
Aquarel, 30 x 42 cm

De Puttendijk – Kaaistoep – 14012019

de puttendijk - kaaistoep - 14012019

De Puttendijk – Kaaistoep – 14012019, aquarel, A3

Stadsgezichten Aquarel, Winter 2018

Tilburgseweg Goirle - 12122018
Tilburgseweg Goirle – 12122018, Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Tilburgseweg ter hoogte van Villa Blanca - 27112018
Tilburgseweg ter hoogte van Villa Blanca – 27112018, Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Guido Gezellelaan - Goirle - 27112018
Guido Gezellelaan – Goirle – 27112018, Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Guido Gezellelaan - Goirle - 16112018 (2)
Guido Gezellelaan – Goirle – 16112018 (2), Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Guido Gezellelaan ter hoogte van het Schrijverke - Goirle - 1012208
Guido Gezellelaan ter hoogte van het Schrijverke – Goirle – 1012208, Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Guido Gezellelaan ter hoogte van nummer 153 - Goirle - 11122018
Guido Gezellelaan ter hoogte van nummer 153 – Goirle – 11122018, Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Landschappen Aquarel, Winter 2018

Bos nabij de Puttendijk - Kaaistoep - 05122018
Bos nabij de Puttendijk – Kaaistoep – 05122018, Aquarel, 30 x 40 cm



Abcovense Bosjes - 01122018
Abcovense Bosjes – 01122018, Aquarel, 40 x 30 cm



De Siptenpad - Kaaistoep - 14112018
De Siptenpad – Kaaistoep – 14112018, Aquarel, 50 x 40 cm



Berken bij het De Siptenpad - Kaaistoep - 09112018
Berken bij het De Siptenpad – Kaaistoep – 09112018, Aquarel, A2



Berken bij de Siptenpad - Kaaistoep - 24102018
Berken bij de Siptenpad – Kaaistoep – 24102018, Aquarel, A2



Berken - De Siptenpad - Kaaistoep - 0910018
Berken – De Siptenpad – Kaaistoep – 0910018, Aquarel, A2



Opening expositie ‘Young Bishops’ door Lokale Omroep Goirle

Goodbye DeviantART

‘BOLDLY FACING THE FUTURE’

In this post, the staff of DeviantART sketched their new approach to the the future.

Indeed it’s bold. All capitals and all big words. They are trying to sell us their story.

Meanwhile, stolen art is sold all over DeviantART – even art stolen from DeviantART’s own artists. Reporting it has no effect. However, if a company is contacted about art stolen from their stock sites, the takedown happens in less then a day. DeviantART doesn’t care.

Meanwhile, art from DeviantART is used all over the internet. In blogs, videos, and just about everywhere. The creators aren’t even mentioned, let alone a link is provided. DeviantART is a great way to distribute your art – and get absolutely nothing in return. DeviantART doesn’t care.

Meanwhile, the much appreciated stock images – for use by serious artist, for sketching references or photo manipulations – is mostly a collection of stolen pictures from the internet. DeviantART doesn’t care.

Meanwhile, one of the staff members commissioned an artwork, but they never paid me. Private messages are not answered, I’m probably blocked. Blocked, while my painting is on their home walls. DeviantART doens’t care.

Meanwhile, DeviantART is making a lot of money. It’s hard not to click a button, that is greyed out and says ‘for premium users only’. There is advertisement everywhere. DeviantART doesn’t care.

I’ve posted my art on DeviantART for 9 years now, but I never expressed my critique to the community publicly. Till now, after reading those bold words.