A GALLERY WHERE YOU FEEL AT HOME
Looking at art in an attractive house on a beautiful, centuries-old estate. In the middle of the woods, a stone’s throw from the sea. Regularly changing small-scale exhibitions. An immediate answer to the question ‘how would this art stand above our sofa, bed or in the hall?’ Accessible by direct contact with the gallery owner and on request with the artists. A gallery where everyone feels at home and you feel inspired to give character to your home.
The rich history of the estate is noticeable when you enter through the entrance gate. Sancta Maria goes back to a rich Roman past. In 1925, the Congregation of the Sisters of Love from Venray bought a 32-hectare site in the Langeveld. They founded Sancta Maria, a psychiatric facility for female patients of Catholic homes. The Haarlem architect Jos Bekkers, son of Cuypers student Peter Bekkers, designed the symmetrical complex with seven pavilions. The bricks are typical of traditionalism and expressionism. In the interior, the art deco elements are still visible in tiles, handrails, stairs and windows. The institution was finally closed in 2006. Since 2016 about 50 homes were created in the old pavilions. ART[s] Gallery Simone Jansen is located in pavilion Theresia.
INSPIRING ART IN A REAL LIVING ENVIRONMENT
In the gallery you will find the artworks in all homely areas, from kitchen to living room, from bathroom to study. A serene mix of paintings, photography, sculptures, drawing art, fine arts with gemstones and crystal and artfully designed furniture. With this you see and feel how a work in a real living environment comes into its own. Between 50-100 works on 415m2, there is an item for everyone to be inspired by. Unique art, accessible to everyone in all budgets.