Dutch Dolmen: D40 Emmerveld-ZO; Purple, Red and Yellow
“Dutch Dolmen: D40 Emmerveld-ZO; Purple, Red and Yellow” gives a look at a Dutch dolmen. The picture is an exciting and playful mixture of colors and lines. The lines are within the colors, giving the dolmens a colorful aura. The hatches of the dolmen in particular require attention.
The Netherlands have just over fifty dolmens. They are all – except one – in the province of Drenthe. You will find three dolmens in one place on two occassions. One of them is the Emmerveld. The highest of the three dolmens there is number D-40. Archaeologists have dug up dozens of pieces of pottery here and came to the conclusion that this dolmen has been in use for “only” a hundred years. The other two dolmens are on the other side of the field, half underground. These are D-38 and D-39.
For this artwork I made a random base layer with watercolor. I used a lot of water, so the colors flowed together. After drying I drew the contours of the dolmen with fineliner. The entire process was intuitive. Water color and fineliner pens on paper, 29,7 x 21 centimeters.
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