Lead the Way Painting by Ed Schaap - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Painting “Lead the Way”

Year of creation2023
Dimensions60 W × 80 H × 2 D   cm
Type of art painting
Style surrealism
Genre mythological
Materialsoil, canvas
Type of packagingcardboard box

Description of the Artwork “Lead the Way”

Where one has to eat one must also find foot. Not an easy task, the 'Dream World' is so big. Fortunately, there are insects that can find honey. These are so fast that a normal dream creature can't keep up with them. But this one does, twice as fast as half the speed, it easily keeps up with the insects. To find the vast honey fields.

Lead the Way

Ed SchaapNetherlands
Original artwork, 60×80 cm, 2023
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About the artist
Ed Schaap

Ed Schaap, Netherlands

My name is Ed Schaap, I was born in Sittard, Limburg, Netherlands in 1965. As a child, I already showed a penchant for fantasy and science fiction movies and series that were shown on television at the time. Especially around the time movies like Star Wars and Alien came out, I was fascinated and fascinated by this unknown world. As for the art that I create, I have to say that I have been influenced and inspired by certain artists and concept artists, but over time I have found my own way. The works that I create are, as a rule, subjects from history, myths and legends, as well as things from everyday life. I give my own vision. In the beginning I used an airbrush. At a certain point, I started to miss a few things in my work. While experimenting with the combination of brush and airbrush, I realized that the painterly effect of brushwork was the missing element in my work. With these two components together in my recent work I find the result satisfactory. Despite this result, I also started painting with oils. Here a completely new world opened up for me, for example, the colors obtained with oil paint are almost impossible to create with acrylic paint.