Space Description

Beeldentemmers is an upcoming gallery and art space in the south of the Netherlands, Budel, founded by Jorrit de Kort and Angeline Maas.


Jorrit and Angeline developed themselves in the past decades as both artists and art project managers. In 2018 their dream came true, they opened their own gallery and project space.


The gallery is committed to showing the work of artists which works have a timeless quality and an intrinsic value.  Sustainability and cradle to cradle are values that Beeldentemmers keep high in mind.


The gallery features drawings, paintings, photography, sculptures to installation, performance and video art.

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  • October 17, 2018 4:38 am local time

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    Represented Artists

    - Diego Seconetti

    - Luc Peters

    - Jorrit de Kort

    - Marijn Geers

    - Angeline Maas

    - Vollenbronck – Bogaard

    - Rian Lemaire Smulders

    Workshops & Courses

    We organize various workshops and classes for both children and adults. A selection of our possibilities:

    - Painting lessons
    - Grafitti/Stencil art
    - Create your own pigment
    - Action Painting
    - Model drawing/painting
    - Creative team building
    - Creative meeting sessions
    - Brainstorms
    - Education:

    We have a diverse range of educational programs and lessons for primary, secondary and special education that fit in with the learning lines of art & culture. These can be given on location, but can also be combined with a gallery visit and a workshop in one of our workshops. Of course, it is also possible to have a tailor-made program.

    Creating, experiencing and seeing visual art! Beeldentemmers is not a traditional gallery but an interactive environment in which visual art is central in the broadest sense of the word. We have weekly workshops, lectures, and exhibitions.