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Sandra Kruisbrink is a visual artist from the Netherlands, her main focus is drawing but she often integrates printmaking and photography in her drawings.

Her works on paper appear light and open, yet they are highly complex and the product of an extremely labour-intensive process.

She works precisely, drawing the finest of lines, and her interest in craftsmanship is evident. Her inspiration is drawn from nature; mountains and trees are predominant in her recent work.

Two years ago she was in Iceland for the first time, for a residency at the Fishfactory in Stöðvarfjörður. Since then, she has continued to long for the silence and emptiness of the Icelandic landscape, which has been a  is a big inspiration.

Here in Skagaströnd the main subject of her drawings is the Spákonufell mountain and its various appearances.