'When nothing is,
everything can be'
As a self-taught artist, Sjoerd Blokker (1982) has developed a completely quirky style. His work is created intuitively to bring his innerworld to the surface. He plays with the association of colors, structures and lines. Contrasts between realism and abstraction create a surreal style. A dream experience in which the mind determines the boundary of what is. Precisely because nothing is , everything can be.
It is like a journey of discovery in which nothing is what it seems. What you thought you saw in the work turns out to be changeable and flows into a completely different image. Sjoerd Blokker searches for the boundaries of the mind and strives to create a feeling of hallucinations.