Liesbeth van Welbergen

My name is Liesbeth van Welbergen. After 25 years of painting in various techniques, I have become fond of sculpture since 2003. When doing a soapstone workshop, I was fascinated by the stone and what emerged from it. Since then I have done almost nothing more than sculpting but now mainly in harder stones such as alabaster, serpentine, marble and sometimes even in soapstone.

My work is mostly intuitive / abstract but lately also figurative by making torsos, both male and female. From 2003 I worked at Frederika de Vries, intuitive soapstone sculpting. From 2006 at Sculptor Esther Velzeboer, sculpting in hard stone and model after wax and clay (bronze) model.

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  • W: www.welbelart.com
  • Tel: 06-29 22 40 51
  • Mum with kids.
    Mum with kids.

    ∙ Belgian freestone, 48 x 23 cm.
    ∙ Belgian bluestone base.

    750,00
  • Fragile
    Fragile

    ∙ Opal serpentine, 44 x 14 cm.
    ∙ Belgian bluestone base.

    675,00
  • Big Boy
    Big Boy

    ∙ Serpentine, 40 x 15 cm.
    ∙ Belgian bluestone base.

    550,00
  • Belle Helene
    Belle Helene

    ∙ Bronze, 25 x 10 cm.
    ∙ Base: Belgian freestone.

    495,00
  • Swinging
    Swinging

    ∙ Material: Brazilian serpentine.
    ∙ Dimensions: 35 x 15 cm.

    495,00
  • Best of two sides
    Best of two sides

    ∙ Material: Ruwinga serpentine.
    ∙ Dimensions: 44 x 29 cm.

    650,00
  • Oer
    Oer

    ∙ Material: Kenyan Serpine.
    ∙ Dimensions: 44 x 36 cm.

    950,00
  • Green one
    Green one

    ∙ Material: Verdiet.
    ∙ Dimensions: 35 x 20 cm.

    1.250,00

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