Photograph of Artist ERIK PEVERNAGIE
ERIK PEVERNAGIE
1000 Brussels, Europe - Belgium



Original Artworks (4)

Erik Pevernagie; Even If The World Goes Do..., 2006, Original Painting Oil, 100 x 100 m. Artwork description: 241  Even if the world collapses she feels she will be saved by her mobile. Technology has become so fascinating that people consider IT gadgets as God's tools to salvation ...
Erik Pevernagie
Original Oil Painting, 2006
100 x 100 m (328.08 x 328.08 feet)
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Erik Pevernagie; At This Point Hide No Monsters, 2006, Original Pastel, 100 x 100 m. Artwork description: 241  People are generally very generous and tolerant until they encounter ill or infected human beings. In case of hiv disease for instance they look away as they feel ashamed to consider them as monsters. The painter pleads for solidarity with aids stricken humans. ...
Erik Pevernagie
Original Pastel, 2006
100 x 100 m (328.08 x 328.08 feet)
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Erik Pevernagie; Sex For Fish, 2006, Original Painting Oil, 80 x 100 cm. Artwork description: 241  Erik Pevernagie is close to the current events in the world. In this painting he alludes to the women in some African countries who sell there body for fish and by doing so get some state of independence ...
Erik Pevernagie
Original Oil Painting, 2006
80 x 100 cm (31.5 x 39.4 inches)
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Erik Pevernagie; Happy Days Are Back Again, 2007, Original Painting Oil, 100 x 100 cm. Artwork description: 241 Reflexions on happiness and  real values in life...
Erik Pevernagie
Original Oil Painting, 2007
100 x 100 cm (39.4 x 39.4 inches)
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Artist Statement

WORK OF ERIK PEVERNAGIE : BRIDGING GAPS THROUGH ART Art, by its creative power, unleashes positive energy, closer relations between individuals and peoples. Through art people meet and get to know each other. By its very nature, art is universal and makes it easier to cross frontiers and barriers. It helps to forget alienations. Herald Tribune wrote quite rightly: " Bridging the gaps between generations, social strata and nationalities is a tricky business. However Erik Pevernagie may have hit upon a workable formula to ease the alienation. " The paintings of Pevernagie can be situated in this frame. The main theme in his work is man in his environment. The painter scans people and situations, juggles with colours and provokes emotions. In the first place Erik Pevernagie wants to state his alliance with society and the world at large. He wants to give evidence of the elements which do strike him in daily life. In order to stress this evidence he uses slogans, outcries, certain " truths " in his paintings like graffiti. His characters are expecting, looking forward, escaping, in quest of alternatives. Imagination is essential if we want to save our lives. The artist wants to give evidence on many levels. Reality is not what it seems to be. Looking is important. But more important is " seeing " what is hidden behind the appearances. With this statement of evidence the artist takes part in this operation of opening eyes and unlocking hearts. " Idea and figuration mostly arise at the same moment", says Pevernagie. " Then ...