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DIY II | Murals by Anuli Croon | Rijnstate Zevenaar in Zevenaar
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Image credit: Photography: John Voermans
DIY II | Murals by Anuli Croon | Rijnstate Zevenaar in Zevenaar
DIY II | Murals by Anuli Croon | Rijnstate Zevenaar in Zevenaar
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DIY II | Murals by Anuli Croon | Rijnstate Zevenaar in Zevenaar

DIY II - Murals

Featured In Rijnstate Zevenaar, Zevenaar, Netherlands

Rijnstate Zevenaar has been enriched by as many as three wall paintings at one stroke. You will find this 'one-two-three', created by Rotterdam-based artist Anuli Croon, on the ground floor, in the direction of the lifts. It begins at the outpatients' blood test department, where we see the start of a pattern. At the stairwell this structure even fills the entire wall, only to return as the base in a colourful final piece, at the side of the lifts – a composition of human figures, hands, trees and patterns.

DIY

In the human figures, made up of colourful areas, facial expressions are not filled in. Anuli Croon does this deliberately to keep interpretations as open as possible. The wall painting DIY visualizes a simplified version of reality, as in comic books or cartoons. The varied, but nonetheless balanced use of colours, from soft pink to aluminium, together with the graphic, hand-painted patterns have ensured that the wall painting now has a natural, prominent place in the building. Even the coats, scarves, jerseys and bags of passers-by belong to this scene. For a brief moment all seems to be quite orderly.

Jeroen Glas
Arnhem, 2018

DIY no.2 (three murals), 230 x 430 cm, 230 x 430 cm, 245 x 200 cm, 2018

design: Anuli Croon
realization: Studio Anuli Croon
mural: matte acrylic on wall
photography: John Voermans

commissioned by Jeroen Glas | Rijnstate Hospital Arnhem
- Rijnstate Hospital Zevenaar

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Anuli Croon
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2019
constructed identities

Anuli Croon is a visual artist based in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

a b o u t m y w o r k _
Patterns, hands, attitudes, objects, pieces of furniture, colours, gestures, mouths, clothing, hair styles, noses and eyes are disconnected and made autonomous. This way I can cause the elements with their antipodal meanings to move among one another. Contrasts such as stagnation and movement, reflection and stress, the great rhythm and detail are thus brought together.

m a t e r i a l _ t r a n s f o r m a t i o n
I make my paintings as well as my works on paper (including those in copies) with the help of paint rollers, small brushes, Scotch tape, ruler, home-made stencils and stamps. For materials I use gesso, matt acrylic paint, fluorescent paint, metallic paint and crayons.
The handwriting has no touch. The material is framed by tape, stencils and ruler. The texture is matt - except where metallic paint has been applied - and looks more like textile than paint.
This springs from the idea to develop my own imagery from an analytical and detached modus operandi, in which the diversity of my artistic interests can be incorporated.

c o m m i s s i o n s
In addition to my autonomous work in my studio _ paintings and work on paper _ I design in close consultation with the client for the public space in the technology that the situation requires; such as , mural_wall painting, wall-filling textile panels. glass applications/glassappliqué... Each work and each design is unique for the location.

m o n o g r a p h y
Jap Sam Books published the monograph 'Anuli Croon | Life patterns_Life patterns, Made in Rotterdam 1999 - 2015'.