Klein-Schreuder Sculpture Garden

Sculptures in Stone, Iron and Bronze

Starting 21 October the Klein-Schreuder Sculpture Garden will exhibit work of three artists, Vicente Pérez Gonzálvez (Spain), Albèr te Brake and Monique Neyzen (both Dutch) in three styles and three materials.

The work of Vicente Pérez is formed by experiences originating from a common source such as nature. His marble and alabaster sculptures show reflections of plant structures and interpretations of the human forms. The symbolic value surpasses the literal meaning.

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Albèr te Brake makes impressive iron sculptures mainly meant for outdoor use. Earlier he worked much with bronze and glass but metal always had his interest. After he moved to Spain this is where his focus lies.

Monique Neyzen creates dynamic bronzes of dancers and of horses, figurative or slightly abstracted. 'Sculptures full of movement that seem to jump of their pedestal.' Their dynamics are enhanced by individually designed iron standards which represent an integral part of her work.

The festive inauguration of the exhibition by Manuel Casado Puche is on Saturday 21 October at 11 am with a tapa, a glass of wine and classical music. The entrance fee is €5. The expo ends on 6 January 2024.

Lastly we'd like to inform you that Leoni LeBonThi and Jolande Spaink will be giving lessons in drawing and sculpturing in the coming year.

See you in the garden, we wish you a nice visit.

Contact us

Fundación Klein-Schreuder
Cami del Pinar 23, 03580 Alfaz del Pi (Alicante), Spain

tel/fax (+34) 966 860 230
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