Reflections on art and leadership

I use my art to reflect an artist and a senior manager in the financial services industry. I notice that the deeper I understand myself the more I succeed to impact others; in both art and work.

Sunday, July 23, 2017

Exhibition 25,26 August > Invitation

The Amsterdam International Art Fair

"The picture-perfect city of Amsterdam is playing host to talent from all around the world when it stages the third Amsterdam International Art Fair from 25th to 26th August 2017. Amsterdam Int'l Art Fair is the international art fair in the Dutch city that brings over 150 exhibitors from around the globe for Amsterdam to enjoy! Attracting art galleries, cultural institutions, art critics and collectors. Offering over 3,000 art pieces on display for exhibition and sale, this is a prime opportunity to immerse oneself into a rich collection of global art either as investor, dealer or purchaser. A rich and wonderful mix of talented artists presented by international galleries from over 30 countries that will be filling the prime located Beurs van Berlage – Amsterdam with an incredible display of art."

I will be exhibiting my art works in the central part of the exhibition and 
it would be great to welcome you there. 

The art work 'Protective mantles' from the Hidden Sacrifice series

The art works displayed are from the Hidden Sacrifice series. 


Fri 25th Aug 2017  |   VIP Private View and Vernissage € 10 EUR: 18.00pm - 21.00pm
Sat 26th Aug 2017   |   Free entry 11.00am - 17.00pm prebook (Awards Ceremony at 16.00pm)


Address: Beurs van Berlage - Damrak 243, 1012 ZJ Amsterdam, Netherlands
The event will be during the opening weekend of the new cultural season in Amsterdam: the Uitmarkt. So please anticipate busy traffic in the city center.

Public transport:
Easiest is to take public transport to Amsterdam Central Station and walk 100 m down Damrak where you will find the impressive Beurs van Berlage.

Set navigator to Beursplein and park your car in De Bijenkorf QPark garage. Easiest way to access, given all one-way roads:
From the Valkenburgerstraat turn right (coming from the north) or Weesperstraat turn left (coming from the south) towards Waterlooplein. Cross the bridge and turn right directly after, onto the 'Amstel'. At the end turn right onto Damrak. The Bijenkorf will be after the Dam square on your right.

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