"Culling symbolic shapes from botanical and anatomical sources, Jaap abstracts and rescales their contours, and transfers them onto her painted surfaces. Often the application of an archetypal shape—a tree ring, a throat, a rose, an inkblot—is applied freehand as if Jaap has already embodied the shape in order to reenact it gesturally with paint or pencil on the canvas. To reiterate these rhythmic patterns is a way for Jaap to identify the resonant possibilities of nature and humankind."

       Jason Foumberg, Biology and Botany


Kaller Fine Arts
3732 Chesapeake Street, NW
Washington, DC 20016

Pryor Fine Art
764 Miami Circle NE, Suite 132
Atlanta, GA 30324

Tinney Contemporary
237 5th Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37219

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