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Renske Herder
Born in (1986) Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
Resides and works in Kralendijk, Bonaire
(soon to be back in The Netherlands)

2007-2010: Master's degree Industrial Design Engineering, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands
2004-2007: Bachelor's degree Industrial Design Engineering, University of Twente, Enschede, The Netherlands


2023 : Poco poco (solo exhibition), Sobremesa Gallery, Kralendijk, Bonaire
2023 : Mix and Match (solo exhibition), Terramar Museum, Kralendijk, Bonaire
2023 : Untitled (group exhibition), SACA, Kralendijk, Bonaire
2022 : Prints by Tacit (solo show), Issues, Toronto, Canada
2022 : One for all, all for one (group exhibition), Steingast Art, Vienna, Zwitserland
2018-2021 (kids are born)
2018 : Voor mijn tijd (Duo exhibition), Museum Heerenveen, Heerenveen, The Netherlands
2018 : KEIK (group exhibition), Church Gallery, Harlingen, The Netherlands
2018 : Maandag (group exhibition), De Stadsgalerie, Leeuwarden, The Netherlands
2013 : Solo exhibition, City hotel, Kralendijk, Bonaire
Renske Herder in Flow Magazine, 2024
Painting 'groene vaas' in Ariadne at Home, 2023
Painting 'aan tafel' in Ariadne at Home, 2023
Renske Herder in The Bonaire Reporter, 2023 Kralendijk
'little splash' in Wallpower, Toronto Star, 2022 Canada
Nick Muller, "Een laatste groet van de zomer door Renske Herder", in HP/De tijd, 2013
Tussen kunst en kite, in Salt Magazine, 2013

2018 : Vakjury KEIK-prijs, Harlingen, The Netherlands

2022 : Beeldende kunst, Prins Berhard Cultuurfonds Caribisch Gebied, Kralendijk, Bonaire
Terramar Museum, Kralendijk, Bonaire
Renske Herder is collected by various private collectors in The Netherlands, US, Bonaire, UK, Canada and the United Arabic Emirates


Renske Herder is a multidisciplinary artist and designer, born in Leeuwarden, The Netherlands (1986). She works in the fields of textile design, graphic art and painting. She received her master's degree in Industrial Design Engineering and honered her skills working in the field of surface design and product styling. She also worked as a pottery painter in the traditional majolica technique (Delfts Blauw).

A few years ago (2021) Renske, her husband and young children moved to Bonaire to live here for 3 years.
Renske’s graphic roots are clearly visible as almost every canvas explores the combination of realistic figures with abstract textile and quilting patterns. 

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