Pim Piët, line poetry; Bos fine art, The Hague

Recently Pim Piët (1954) showed work partly based on words, music, rhythm and silence.

Presently, at Bos fine art, he also exhibits works without these features.

These compositions have incisions and most of them have muted colours.

Every composition seems to have started with an idea of harmonic perfection, knowing that perfection can only exist with imperfections.

Visible brush strokes and the structure of the wood in the panels make the works breathe.

Almost every one of the works is a gem of inner balance.

As usual Piët also made his own exhibition, making the show itself a work of harmony as much as the individual works.

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Contents of all photographs courtesy to Pim Piët and Bos fine art, Den Haag.

Bertus Pieters

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