Galerie Door

Welcome to Galerie Door!

Galerie Door shows contemporary jewelry and fine art by exciting (inter)national artists and designers—some because of their directness, others through the original stories, and still others for the poetry and humor in their work. What they all share, however, is their fine craftsmanship.

Trained as an art historian, Doreen Timmers, the owner of Galerie Door, continuously looks for experimental and conceptual art pieces. All art works tell stories. At Galerie Door, these stories can roughly be divided into three themes:

  • The first theme is art inspired by the beauty of nature, also referred to as “The Sublime.”
  • The second theme deals with value—for example the value of material such as precious stones and gold versus the use of plastics considered as an everlasting, yet often viewed as worthless, material.
  • The third theme may be described as the painterly theme “naïve,” or art that reflects a tribal, folkloric type of expression, a universal language.

Galerie Door organizes exhibitions and events for artists to gain a broader audience, more publicity, and the chance of finding a new “home.” The artists offer you—the audience—a window into a different world, a new door that opens. We would love to welcome you!

Address
Versantvoortstraat 1 (entrance Pastoor van Haarenstraat)
5464 TL Mariaheide
The Netherlands

Contact
Telephone: +31 (0) 6 4233 7766
Email: [email protected]

Find out more about Galerie Door’s Doreen Timmers by reading her 2018 interview on AJF.

Object Feature

Ildikó Dánfalvi, Steel Butterfly (series)

Ildikó Dánfalvi, Second Skin 2

Hartog & Henneman, Me and My Friends, from the Are You Nuts series

Hartog & Henneman, Schakel Collier, from the Wood Connection collection

Elena Gorbunova, Roots and Wings (alternate title: Daily Routine of a Goddess)

Philip Sajet, Nails

Elwy Schutten, Elwy Schutten, (left) The Foreign Boy with Hoodie, (right) The Dumb Blonde, 2021, brooches, leather, wood, brass, soapstone, Plexiglas, silver, Remanium pin stem, (left) 70 x 70 x 8 mm, (right) 61 x 63 x 7 mm, photo courtesy of the artist

Felicia Mülbaier, Gewand

Coco Sung,

Danni Schwaag,

Kun Zhang,

Hartog & Henneman,

Typhaine le Monnier,

Sònia Pibernat,

Taehee In,

Eva Burton,

Colombe d’Humieres,

Idiots (Afke Golsteijn and Floris Bakker),

Valérie Wagner,

Coco Sung,

Jutta Kallfelz,

Coco Sung,

Kun Zhang,

Kun Zhang,

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