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Roy van der Laars


Roy van der Laars

Roy van der Laars used to be a graphic designer, but now he is a self-proclaimed artist with a passion for modern art. This passion radiates from every Roy van der Laars painting that is created thanks to special materials. This also applies to the special sculptures by Roy van der Laars. The dazzling colours, special materials and real objects bring the sometimes alienated images of Roy van der Laar's paintings and sculptures together into a logical whole.

All artworks by Roy van der Laars start in Photoshop. The laptop is the start of the unique Roy van der Laars paintings. When he has completely planned the artwork full of beautiful people and exotic animals, then comes the phase in which he investigates how he can turn the image into a real Roy van der Laars painting. The choice of materials is very precise. Epoxy, acrylic glass, neon colors and glitter are important factors.

Roy van der Laars images also start on the computer. For example, Roy van der Laars designs collages for his images that are completely attuned to each other. The statues consist of real and handmade objects trapped in a thick layer of epoxy. With a Roy van der Laars statue it looks like someone has emptied his pockets, which freezes Roy in time. You wonder who these objects belong to. For example, a Roy van der Laars statue is always intriguing to look at.



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