18 November 2020

by st-Art

Bernadette Sterk: ‘Portraits of Myself’

Bernadette Sterk is a young dutch self-taught artist currently living in Utrecht. She comes from an artistic family as her uncle and cousin are quite re-known artists in the Netherlands.

“I create to create myself. Through my artwork, I become closer to who I am.”

This article was originally published on Hue & Eye. Read the full interview with Bernadette on Hue&Eye

Check Bernadette Sterk artworks


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