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Welcome to this space dedicated to the sculptures and paintings of Ine de Cock. Ine works in Overasselt, approx. 3 miles southwest of Nijmegen, the Netherlands. Her studio 'de Hamelberg' is located in the nature reserve "de Overasseltse en vennen", approx. one mile from the monument erected to commemorate the landing of the 504th infantry regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division on September 17, 1944.
monument Market Garden
in the fields between Overasselt
and Nederasselt

Ine's initial inspiration to turn to stone sculpture occurred during visits to Cornwall and the Lake District (UK). She is primarily a self taught sculptor. Her perseverance and dedication have developed a diverse and versatile sculpting talent.

One of Ine's passions is for the human form, which can be seen in a wide range of sculptures ranging from stylised to representational. She also creates images of wildlife and pure abstract forms. Inspiration for her sculptures mainly comes from life experiences and observations. Ine strives to create sculpture which will seduce the viewer's eye, and entice the viewer to touch. The sensory joy one experiences from feeling a polished stone is something no other material can provide, and few viewers can resist the urge to run their hand over her sculptures.

Ine's work can be found in private, corporate and public collections. She worked regularly on community/school projects using a wide variety of materials from paper-maché to concrete.

Her sculptures and paintings are exhibited on a regular basis, and are available through artlease. This option is available to inhabitants of the Netherlands only. However, people outside the Netherlands are more than welcome to enquire after, or order, sculptures and paintings on display on this site. Just contact us and we will be in touch within a day or two. Items ordered will be send by courier as soon as we have received the indicated amount plus shipment.

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Photo's: Gerard Verschooten/dagblad de Gelderlander; www.smaniotto.net; course students; www.september1944.web1000.com; Ine de Cock

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