Project Description

Theme Giant Bulb – Jan Steen

The theme of this Giant bulb is Jan Steen Warmond. Nicoline choose a typical ‘Jan Steen household and made a colorful painting with modern props from Warmond. Through the window left you can see the parc ‘Leerust’ with tea cupola and historic sailing ship named ‘Hylke Tromp’. Through the opening at the right you look at the historical tower, cows and the stork’s nest of Warmond. All around she painted a piece of peel of the tulip bulb to make the art complete.

Reuzenbol 'Jan Steen' - Nicoline Heemskerk
Reuzenbol 'Jan Steen' - Nicoline Heemskerk
Reuzenbol 'Jan Steen' - Nicoline Heemskerk
Reuzenbol 'Jan Steen' - Nicoline Heemskerk

Artist – Nicoline Heemskerk

Nicoline is born in Sassenheim (1967) but lives in Warmond now, where she also has her painting studio at the Veerpolder 59. She studied drawing/painting at the Wackers Academy in Amsterdam (1994-1999). Nicoline was a fulltime illustrator at the design studio of Royal Sanders in Leiden and started her own business as a professional artist/illustrator. Her work is colorful and figurative.

To see her work: www.nicoline-heemskerk.com

Adopted by

This Giant Bulb is adopted by Albert Heijn, Warmond

Location

The bulb is normally located at the corner of meerrustlaan/dorpsstraat in Warmond, but is temporary away for restoration.