Sunny Neeter


Born in;
the Netherlands
Hengelo (O) 1953

Fine Arts - Manilla Pilippines
Modelpainting - Peter Schenk Amsterdam
Paper making (Kozo technik) - Jiro Inagaki - Hilversum


Expositions in a.o.

Cobra Museum Amstelveen
Municipal Museum Aemstelle Amstelveen
Holland Art Fair The Haque
Art Rotterdam Ahoy Rotterdam
Monastero delle Lucrezie Todi Italië
Haagsche Kunstkring Den Haag
Schouwburg Amstelveen
Windnomaden Oerol Terschelling / Governors Island New York

Kunst & Co Amstelveen
Galerie Gastao Ibiza Spanje
Grand Café du Ponte Lissabon Portugal
Christine Viseux Parijs Frankrijk

Collectioneurs/ works bought by
Gemeente Amstelveen
Reflexoes Algarve Portugal
Burger Collection Zürich Switzerland
Various private collections

Arts Place in Todi
Catalogue Triënnale Cobra Museum
Creative Energy – Trevisan Art - Ferrara
Art Guide Amsterdam

Vereniging Amstelland Kunst VAK


Abstract nudes

Sunny has developed her own form for harmony and color. Central in her work is the human body, without connecting it directly to a person in particular. The various cultures that she has experienced can be found back in a mixture of own observations and interpretations. Inspiration comes from the form itself. Purely on basis of her feelings Sunny let the creations happen inwhich torso’s and shapes originate, that she has not consciously thought of before. Through a strong method based on feelings each time a surprising painting originates. Silent, serene and yet powerful. Inviting to contemplation en also inspiring through the silent sensuality that can be categorized as very feminine. The flowing lines and soft tones form a harmonious total. The various moods of a human being like spirituality, sensuality and serenity are translated by Sunny into color, lines, and various structures. Through the combination of various materials and various tools a strong structure is present in her work . Despite the simplicity of here and there a accentuated stroke a noticeable subtle power is present in her work.
Her paintings, mostly female bodies - sometimes almost abstract - will be noticed by de flowing lines and soft tones. The force of the form is strongly accentuated by the structure. The structure comes through the use of many different materials, like acrylic paint, oilbars, pastels, ink, collages, plaster and bamboo, glue and Mediterranean sand. The combination of soft colors, strong structure, lines and unique materials automatically invites itself for fascination with this penetrating way of working.