Sandra Kruisbrink was born in the town of Laren, which is known for its history as a late 20th-century art colony. The delicate landscapes she draws have earned a special place in Dutch drawing. The works of art are seemingly light and open, but they arise from a highly labour-intensive process. Kruisbrink uses pen, pencil, tempera and small blades to work the paper.
Sandra Kruisbrinks artworks are currently in the collections of Teylers Museum, Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium, and more. She held solo and group exhibitions in The Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Poland, Hungary and Indonesia among others.
Sandra Kruisbrink captures the beauty of nature in her drawings. Her attention to detail and precise linework are impressive, and her use of photographs from her work trips as inspiration for her pieces adds a unique touch to her work. It's great to see artists who are inspired by the natural world and bring their own interpretation to it in their art.