Eef de Graaf
Born in 1939 in Delft, currently residing in Tiel.
white, black and grey.
These colours accentuate the geometrical play of forms.
The relief panels are composed of broken circles, rhythmically cut-up quadrants and diagonally cut-up triangles.
By virtue of the space cut out of the geometrical forms, the bare wall on which the relief piece is hung always plays a role.
A single geometrical form is always his starting-point and is allowed to engender endless variation in accordance with certain guiding principles.
He strives for perfection in execution and stimulates a critical enquiry into form and variaton.
The relief panels of Eef de Graaf give people new experiential sensations and thereby - in a playful manner - recreate the world.
Drs . Ankie de Jongh-Vermeulen, till 2006 director Mondriaanhuis Museum voor Constructieve en Concrete Kunst.
Exhibitions all over the world in museums and gallerys.