Ideal Artist House: Prikkedam

Rens Lipsius presents his artworks along with work of others in the 7 Ideal Artist Houses he realized worldwide: the largest–in New York –was sold in june 2012 as a total concept by the Raphaël De Niro group; Rens Lipsius’ Ideal Artist House-7–at Herengracht 254, Amsterdam–was presented to the public at December 8th, 2012. The concept of the Ideal Artist House took off in Paris ten years ago when Rens Lipsius started working with an American foundation.
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Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc. I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc. I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc. I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Here I organized and took part in extensive land works: to enlarge and clear the pond and the mote, create new paths, enhance the position of the house as an observation center, etc.  I literally spent days pollarding willows, planting hedges, and seeding wild flower and grass borders…And so we ended it up with  “The Ideal Artist Pond”, “The Wandering Stones”–ancient boulders strewn across the lawn, and even “The Ideal Artist Shower” (with hot water “on tap”).

Rens Lipsius, the Dutch multimedia artist, is internationally recognized for using his oeuvre–painting, photography, and video–to challenge conventional ways of living with art.


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