Fleur de Blieck is an artist from Nijmegen, The Netherlands, born in 1994. She likes to tell stories with her art, using a colourfull combination of fine details and graphic elements to create a fairytale-like atmosphere. She starts her concepts digitally and translates them into handmade paint, searching for an interaction between the story and the material.
Fleur has always loved fairytales and creating stories. It was only after chronic fatigue syndrome put an end to her studies of philosophy at the Radbout University that she picked up painting. It was her way to ‘escape reality and lift curses’.
In 2018 she finished the Art and Crafts Academy, an education focused on the making of paint.
In 2019 Fleur was a contestant of the Dutch tv-program Project Rembrandt, where she made it to the final 6.
Works on Paper exhibition, group exhibition
20 February - 2 March 2020, Brick Lane Gallery, London, UK
Portrait exhibition, group exhibition
6-17 February 2020, Brick Lane Gallery, London, UK
Hommage aan Rembrandt, group exhibition
21 November – 5 January 2019, K26, Oss, Nederland
9 – 20 November 2019, Kasteel Ravenhof, Putte-Stabroek België
Bubbels, group exhibition
17 October – 17 November 2019, K26, Oss, Nederland
Fleur, Jeroen, Suzanna, Ruben, Nard en Sebas, Group exhibition
4 – 19 May 2019, Museum Jan Cunen, Oss, Nederland
Het Ei van Ceninni, graduationshow
8 – 10 June 2018, Museumpark orientalis, Heilig Land Stichting, Nederland