Ingrid Pasmans draws, works in watercolor and porcelain and makes art for public space. Nature, botany and history are a great source of inspiration. Her work exudes a certain longing for the past, for a time when nature research was mainly done with the eyes.
She did art-residencies at the European Ceramic Working Center in Den Bosch and at Kunstnarhuset Messen in Alvik, Norway. In Norway she worked for two months on the “Hardanger herbarium”, a 30-piece installation of porcelain tiles and boxes, with paintings of algae, plants and waterfalls, and she started making watercolors of more than 2.5 meters. tall plant silhouettes. She showed this work in Museum Kabuso in Oystese, Norway.
She recently participated in the DIA master’s program in drawing and had exhibitions in Amsterdam, Heusden, Muiderberg and Frederiksoord. Her work in public space is on permanent display in Amsterdam, Purmerend and Hoofdorp. In addition to her work as a visual artist, she is head of the Teekenschool (drawing school) of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
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