Saskia is a Dutch artist, whose work can be best decribed as popsurrealistic illustrations and paintings. Her style has developed through the years from fantasy style drawings and paintings, to artwork created from thought. Often these form out of contemplations, or out of things Saskia has experienced.
The materials Saskia uses for her artwork are mostly toned Strathford paper, Prismacolor pencils and markers, acrylic and oil paint, canvas and gessoboard.
In her studio in 's-Gravendeel Saskia spends a great deal of her time painting and drawing portraits and popsurrealistic images, while listening to Johnny Cash music or Queen.
In 2012 Saskia exhibited her artwork for the first time at the Elf Fantasy Fair in Haarzuilens. Soon after, one of her paintings was chosen as the cover of the Rejected Quarterly. In 2014 one of her paintings was part of an exhibition in the CODA museum in Apeldoorn.
Saskia's plans for her artwork are expanding her portfolio with new series of illustrations and paintings. And she is also thinking of creating a graphic novel somewhere in the future.