Dutch, b. 1964 Arnheim NL
Lives and works in Haarlem, The Netherlands

Jan Maarten Voskuil (born 1964, Arnheim NL), lives and works in Haarlem, The Netherlands. His well crafted and inventive spatial paintings are based on geometrical principles. His work is therefor regarded as non objective or concrete art, despite his own growing aversion towards these qualifications. By creating a three dimensional stretcher frame he evokes an ambigues sphered surface as well as a comment on the boundaries of painting itself. His merely symmetric and often modular work recently moved into an outspoken assymetric direction, suggesting an endless area of "free form", leading towards an even more elaborate oeuvre. Voskuil's work is exhibited in Musea and Art Spaces around the world, including The United States, Australia, Japan, Great Brittain, France, Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Belgium, Sweden, Switzerland and The Netherlands. His work is collected in many Public and private collections, amongst which are The Frans Hals Museum, Haarlem, the Stedelijk Museum Schiedam, the Wilhelm Hack Museum, Ludwigshafen and the Wannieck Gallery, Brno