Abstract Wooden artwork by Hedda Willem Buijs, 1966
Abstract wooden relief by Hedda Willem Buijs (1943), The Netherlands 1966. Buijs studied at the monumental design department of the Academy of Visual Arts in Arnhem. The relief is composed of 324 wooden block on a wooden panel and white miter made wooden frame. The blocks and background are all painted in the same off white color to catch the light in the same way but due to the variation in position it seems all the side have another hue. The work causing a beautiful play of light and shadows due to the regular placed blocks which catch the light all from another angle and therefore trow a very interesting shadow. Due to this changing view the work has a strong relation with the art movement 'Kineticism'. In very good condition.