Stigerwoods showcases the art of everyday things in great detail, captured on original wooden panels. All my work is handmade using photography, recycled wood and epoxy.
I am fascinated by the fine details and the patterns of seemingly random objects. Our everyday life has a certain charm and elegance that we often overlook. When you accentuate and blow-up such details you become aware of the hidden richness of colour, composition and patterns.. [Read more]
In 2018 I was privileged to exhibit and sell my work in the ‘Kunstmuseum’ in the Hague. At the time, the museum curated an exhibition of Art Nouveau in the Netherlands. The idea of dried flowers arose from combining Art Nouveau and a Japanese drawing style.. [Read more]
The Rijksmuseum encourages the public to photograph their collections and use the images for art purposes. I was born in Amsterdam and the Rijksmuseum has always been part of my life – working with their collection was an amazing opportunity.. [Read more]
Since my teenage years I have been interested in and have been part of the world of skateboarding. I enjoy the culture, the fashion, the music and some of my friends work in this industry. The skateboard shop ‘Independent Outlet’ in Amsterdam became my main hangout. Mostly because of their unique hardcore/punk record collection which is a huge passion of mine.. [Read more]
Producing a strong image comes with trial and error and from pursuing the ordinary with great curiosity. Inspiration can come from everywhere but my go-to for finding new compositions are food markets. My current collections have been shot in Amsterdam, Bali and Barcelona.. [Read more]