We are happy to show you our exhibitions again. Of course there are still rules: put on the mouth cap and keep your distance from each other. For the time being, the gallery is only open on Saturday and Sunday from 13.00 to 17.00 hour.

We mainly know the work he makes in and of the dunes from Dirck Nab. A large-sized sketchbook has been purchased by the Print Room of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam. The Henriëtte Polak museum in Zutphen is also in possession of his work. He exhibits in galleries and museums in the interior- and abroad. Dirck Nab studied painting at the Free Academy in The Hague. We see his paintings and colored etchings of flowers at De Kapberg. Dien Jorien Geertsma makes ceramics. Her work is usually a play with form and function that takes place between the second and third dimensions. She enjoys playing with perception and reality and likes to challenge the limits of the material. Usually she works on a topic for a few years until something new challenges her. She studied art history and was a crafts teacher. She exhibited in Museum Kranenburgh in Bergen.

Ursula Neubauer is internationally known for her graphic work, for several years she also makes videos. Connecting with nature is the core of her work. She was born in Munich in Germany, and received her Masters of Fine Arts from Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh PA. Since 1983 she lives and works in Amsterdam and her prints, drawings and video work are in- and exhibited abroad and collected in museums, companies and in private collections.

You can see the exhibition from 14 May to 20 June.

The address is Slotweg 17 in Egmond aan den Hoef.
For more information: www.galeriedekapberg.nl.