Van Loon Galleries

Heuvel 4, 5261 EE Vught

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If you are interested in buying a work of art, it is also possible to make an appointment for a viewing in my atelier.

An indication of the sales price for Light felts of 70 x 70 cm (27.56 x 27.56 inch): €5000 - €7000 excl. VAT

An indication of the sales price for Light felts of 40 x 40 cm (15.75 x 15.75 inch): €1800 - €4000 excl. VAT

If you decide to purchase, the lightfelt will be provided with the correct packaging depending on the delivery address. The agreed price includes packaging and shipping. A luminaire or spot to highlight the artwork from the front is not included as the solution is different depending on the situation.

If you decide to purchase on the basis of the image on the website, then as a painter and light designer I know of course that photos cannot match "real". It is therefore quite exciting that the artwork will surprise you positively. The costs must be paid in advance, but if the lightfelt does not meet your expectations, it can always be returned in the original packaging within 14 days after receiving it.

The lightfelt needs to be shipped insured. The tracking code can be send to me. When the lightfelt is received back the money will be refunded

The warranty on the luminaire of the artwork is two years. Should the lighting fail, it can be disassembled and returned. A replacement luminaire is supplied upon receipt. After this period it is possible to replace the lighting for a fee. This can also be done by a local installer as standard materials are used.

Wool and silk are a natural product and there is a chance that moth or other vermin will cause damage to the work. This can be prevented by using cedar wood (aroma of the Cedarwood naturally repels moths and insects) , lavender or other commercially available products. Unfortunately, no guarantees can be given.

On the other hand....

As an artist and maker of the work, I think it is a good idea that the work is very slowly taken back by nature. It fits in very well with the circular concept of sustainability.