The Poster Club

Delights at the Table by Isabelle Vanderplassche - 30x40cm

Regular price $48.00

Delights at the Table by Isabelle Vanderplassche. The Poster Club from Copenhagen, Denmark brings an assortment of works from selected artists made into a collection of playful and contemporary art prints that bring together elements of archival presentation and modern typography.

  • Printed in Denmark
  • Fine art print on 265g high quality art paper.
  • Fits standard frames. Frame is not included, but can be purchased with frame in store.
  • Online print orders come wrapped in silk paper and packed in a protective cardboard tube.

About the Artist

Drawing inspiration from the sunny side of everyday life, the Belgian-born artist Isabelle Vandeplassche combines colours in a way that creates an almost analogue atmosphere. Currently, Isabelle is situated in a small fisherman?s village in Portugal and the hues of the ocean, the quaint architecture and breezy greenery seep into her artworks, which she describes as playful yet calming. 

?My work often involves a serene feeling which reflects my personality quite well as I am definitely an introvert,? she says and continues: ?I hope that my work can give a calm sense to people who look at it.?

The creative process for Isabelle usually starts with an unfinished idea in mind that she nurtures by looking through inspiring photos, going for a walk in nature or looking through local thrift markets: ?I give attention to the small things ? details I see and try to project into my art.? Being outside and exploring is also how she narrows down the colour palette. ?I?m in love with colours! And I am always on the hunt for new colour combinations. When I have chosen a palette that feels right for the painting I start sketching,? she says.

Isabelle has always experimented with different materials and techniques in an effort to stay open to developing her creative language. ?To me, art is an important way of self-expression. I am not good with words, so creating art is my way of translating my thoughts and feelings.? Lately, she has been working on pouring even more of herself into her work ? making her motifs more personal, in-depth and inspired by translucent daydreams.