Visual artist Harold Aspers grew up in the south of the Netherlands and lived and worked in cities such as Amsterdam, Utrecht, Rotterdam and Maastricht.
Within the well-known theme of the female portrait, this artist is constantly on the move in a quest for natural beauty that goes beyond the wafer-thin facade.
The larger-than-life portraits are built up layer by layer using mostly self-developed techniques. By stacking translucent layers, the portrait is emotionally charged, which gives each work a unique character. With this artist it is not about understanding the works, but about being able to feel them. His paintings are part of international collections and are shown by various galleries and art fairs.