Our Hausmatte artist Jonathan is settled in his new studio in Winchester but Switzerland is never far from his thoughts with two canvas commissions completed this Spring alone.
This time he steps next door to canton Zug and Zürich gets the big canvas treatment and I am pleased to say that this is available exclusively for a short time through Hausmatte. For more information please contact us. This is a really beautiful canvas and there is an extraordinary amount of detail on this piece.
Click on link below to see how Hausmatte artist Jonathan Chapman brings Zug, Switzerland to life:
‘Springtime in Zug’ will be displayed in Zug old town at Zug Tourist Board’s Information Centre, Wünderbox, Fischmarkt 10, 6300 Zug throughout May when we launch the new season of cards and prints from the See Berg Haus collection.
For more information on Jonathan, the project or the availability of original work or prints please contact Alex@hausmatte.com or visit http://www.hausmatte.com
Jonathan Chapman is an artist who specialises in bold colours and fine detail.
We think it is the way he captures the emotional connection people have with a particular place that makes him such a special artist.
Jonathan’s affection for and fascination with Switzerland is very clear and as the ‘See Berg Haus’ project really gathers pace in 2016 we are pleased to announce that this Spring there will be originals exhibited in Zug, which along with limited prints will be available to buy exclusively from Hausmatte.
My personal favourite (and one I will not let go of without a fight) is Wandering Landscape below.
Although Jonathan’s work translates effortlessly onto print and can be reproduced effectively for commercial projects, there is nothing like seeing the original up close to fully appreciate the texture and detail.
In the next few weeks we will have more information as to when and where you can see Jonathan’s paintings, but if you would like more information on Jonathan, commissions, original paintings or limited prints please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Helena Krähenbühl is not only an inspirational Swiss artist who has produced a strong body of work over the last forty-five years, she has also supported other artists by providing them with a physical space to exhibit their own works.
For too long Helena has focused more on other artists than herself, so it is my absolute delight to announce that Hausmatte will be working closely with Helena and her family as she reflects back on her body of work, talks about what inspires and drives her creativity and reveals her plans for future projects.
Selected works will be available to buy from Hausmatte.com
Paper and acrylic – a work in progress.
A traditional architect tool used to achieve clean lines.
With Helena in the studio.
“Gestrickt und theorielose empfindlichkeit – 1990’s Hünenberg Series” – for Helena the process begins with the materials and the creation of the art itself is a meditative process. Each piece can take months, even years. Essentially a textile artist, her methodical approach is in contrast to the increasingly fast pace of life which can always be felt within the apparent ‘order’ of her work.
Over the next year we will work with Helena to present a selection of her work including these four pieces from 1990’s which are available exclusively through Hausmatte.
A close up.
Helena talking about her creative process – she often begins a piece of art and then revisits it several times over many years.
For more information on Helena please contact email@example.com