An exhibition of drawings and sculptures by Michael David Wickerson, at the Sluishoef Oranjerie in De Bilt, The Netherlands
Quietly situated both in and around the glass sunroom of the historical Sluishoef located at Utrechtseweg 315 in De Bilt, the Netherlands, Michael David Wickerson has installed a series of his recent drawing and sculptures by collaborating with an open-minded group of trans-continental architects, photographers, artists and digital professionals.
Cupola, Cupola is a collection of new fangled drawings, bronze sculptures and outdoor public works that have been inspired by the time Wickerson has spent traveling, working and living in the Netherlands, specifically Friesland. It is the northern Klokkenstoelen that captured the imagination of Michael Wickerson and later melded with his iron cupola designs. These bell towers and furnace wagons are the subject of this exhibition and the basis of all of Wickerson’s current projects and works.
This trans-continental exchange would not be possible without the generosity of Annemarie Engbers and Hans Sluijmer, partner of Architectuurbureau Sluijmer en van Leeuwen, and Jaroslaw Rodycz and Christel Derksen of Cornbreadworks