Wil Lof

Painter, Leersum, Netherlands

In 1964 Wil Lof joined a major Dutch textile printer as an apprentice designer. She continued her background in industrial applied art for about twenty years as a leading designer and colorist of fashion motives, which were produced by several textile printing companies in the eastern Netherlands and across borders in western Germany. Her designs found their way to Europe, Africa, the Middle East, and South America in the form of printed fabric for clothing. Her first exhibition of paintings in 1968 attracted a lot of attention and she received rave reviews from the regional press. In addition, she found in the 70’s time to study at the Academy of Art and Industry (Enschede, the Netherlands), specializing in graphic and textile design. Painting and drawing remain her passion… from the mid-80s to 90s she worked as a graphic designer for many interactive services and teletext broadcast services throughout Europe. In 1997 she switched arts and decided to devote her creativity to full-time monumental painting. At the brink of the year 2000, she attended Master Classes in Monumental Painting at Artibus (Utrecht, the Netherlands) Now, Wil Lof is a well-known Dutch painter active in both her home country as well as throughout the Mediterranean and created her paintings both in her own ateliers in the Netherlands as well as France. Apart from one-off original paintings, selected works are reproduced as limited edition giclée’s or even individually upgraded as mixed media canvasses.

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