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The Art of Collin van der Sluijs

We recently discovered the art of Dutch artist Collin van der Sluijs at Anno Domini's latest group show, 'Glimmer.' The artist's raw emotive portraits are disjointed and detailed much like his choice in medium which consists of everything from watercolor to spray paint, acrylics to Chinese inks. The works aren't quite disturbing, yet their ability to cull from the depths of our own consciousness as the viewer is intensely captivating. We're greatly looking forward to seeing what lies on the horizon for this bright emerging talent, get a look at some of his new works after the jump.

We recently discovered the art of Dutch artist Collin van der Sluijs at Anno Domini’s latest group show, ‘Glimmer.’ The artist’s raw emotive portraits are disjointed and detailed much like his choice in medium which consists of everything from watercolor to spray paint, acrylics to Chinese inks. The works aren’t quite disturbing, yet their ability to cull from the depths of our own consciousness as the viewer is intensely captivating. We’re greatly looking forward to seeing what lies on the horizon for this bright emerging talent, get a look at some of his new works below.

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