Juane Xue (1962) is originally from China. She is a talented and versatile artist. She turned quickly as a small token miracle. She has a unique style and uses intense colors so that they know how to create a bright color world. This is clearly reflected in her series "Abandoned tables", which we in sizzling colors look a big table full of glasses and bottles bathed in sunlight. Juane Xue herself characterizes these paintings because of the unique and original topics like "moving still life." People who have seen these paintings say everything 'full of light and love "is. As Juane Xue briefly summarize - "Color is my greatest wealth."
Although the work of Juane Xue apparently stands in a Western tradition, this only applies to the way it portrays reality. The hidden meaning of the work is rather a relationship with the Chinese philosophy, where the form refers to Western painting and content Oriental. She embarks on the cutting edge of these opposites.
Her works have been exhibited in the Museum Henan in China, Museum Willem van Haren Heerenveen, Northern Maritime Museum in Groningen, museum estate Fraeylemaborgen in Slochteren, Museum De Buitenplaats in Eelde, Gouda Gouda Museum, Museum Zonnehof Amersfoort and Slot Zeist in Zeist. And her work hangs in museums and private collections in Europe. Furthermore, she exhibited in galleries in China, America, Belgium and Spain.
2015 Slot Zeist
2014 Museum Gouda
Every 3rd Sunday of the month except during the summer months (July and August).
Openings time from 14:00 till 17:00.
May 20th (Whit Sunday)
closed the month July and August
For a studio visit at another time you can make an appointment by mail.
3812 RH Amersfoort
June, July, August
exposition at Museum Achterhoekse Schilderkunst in Vorden
May 21th till July 1th 2018
exposition at galerie Morren in Utrecht