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Museum en Beeldentuin Nic Jonk

"inspiratiebron voor iedereen" met als doel "Behoud voor de Toekomst"
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Uniek levenswerk van kunstenaar Nic Jonk

Onze vaste collectie van Nic Jonk (beelden, schilderijen, grafiek, glas en perspexobjecten) .
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Workshop voor u of uw club bij Nic Jonk

Inspirerend: Schrijven, Schilderen , Filmen, Fotograferen, Tekenen en Beeldhouwen in atelier Nic Jonk, Workshop
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Varen in de eilandspolder vanaf Nic Jonk

Varen eilandspolder met Frank Klugt of Piet van Marle. Laat u verrassen in het prachtige natuurgebied Eilandspolder. Rondvaart onder leiding van de meestervertellers Piet en Frank.
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Nic Jonk museum & beeldentuin
In gesprek met Zeger Jonk
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De collectie olieverfschilderijen Nic Jonk

De schilderijen van vrouwelijke naakten van Nic Jonk hebben een zekere speelsheid. De schilderijen zijn dynamisch.

red bather

Nic Jonk ‘red bather’ 150x120 cm olieverf op linnen

 

replica dans website

Nic Jonk  replicabeeldje "Dans" € 140.=

35 cm hoog inclusief granieten sokkel.

 

Bij aankoop gratis boek ‘’ beelden uit de lucht gegrepen’’ van Nic Jonk.

Bestellen via tel. 0299-671560 of

Voor aanschaf van een kunstwerk, kalender, boek e.d kunt u ook tijdens de Kerstdagen , na telefonische afspraak, langskomen.

Een leven vol beelden

 

biografie nic jonk

Biografie Nic Jonk. Schrijver Rob Bouber
ISBN 978 90 79915 25 5 Prijs: € 24,95

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Openingstijden

Haviksdijkje 5
1843 JG Grootschermer.

Geopend van 24 maart tot 26 november.

wo-do-vr 11:00-17:00 uur.
za-zo 13:00-17:00 uur.
in juli en augustus ook op dinsdag van 11:00 - 17:00 uur.
Op feestdagen geopend van 13:00 - 17:00 uur.

entree € 7.50= p.p.
inclusief koffie/thee met Schermer Koek

Entree, koffie en schermer koek en rondleiding door museum, beeldentuin en atelier is € 11.50 p.p 

 

Bezoek buiten de openingstijden op afspraak. 

tel: 0299 671560/ 06 53325569

e-mail: 

 

Dagelijks van 9.00 uur tot 20.00 uur is er de mogelijkheid om na telefonische afspraak zeefdrukken , replica's, boekjes, kalenders e.d aan te schaffen en/of op te halen in het museum.
Tevens is het mogelijk om deze artikelen via onze webshop te bestellen.

 

Vaartochten o.l.v Piet van Marle ( € 9.= p.p) in combinatie met bezoek museum en beeldentuin Nic Jonk
Afhuur van museum en beeldentuin voor receptie, verjaardag , vergadering e.d incl. catering . Voor meer informatie kunt u bellen of mailen naar tel. 0299-671560 Email: (zie bijlages).

AJ Croce

Beginnend op 22 april 2018 17:00
Categorieën: Muziek

AJ Croce

Reserveringen via  of tel. 0299-671560/06-53325569

Entreeprijs € 17,50 p.p.

 

According to Willie Nelson, “A.J. Croce has wisdom beyond his years. With his music, he represents his generation with a profound sense of honesty in his lyrics and quality in his delivery. The future of entertainment is safe in his hands!”

Some artists are afforded the chance to tell their personal stories as they see fit, at a particular moment when they know the time has come. But for many, there is no choice — the story emerges hardwired to the music and they become forever identified with it no matter how their story may evolve or change.

A.J. Croce has been inextricably linked to a version of his own story by virtue of his name. He’s experienced a lifetime of comparisons to a father he lost at age two, whose music bears little resemblance to his own output yet still serves as a reference point despite the years that have passed and the many iconic mentors who have stepped in to offer their counsel, creativity, and endorsement throughout his long career.

It’s curious that it now feels necessary to include the reference, as enough time has passed that a new generation of tastemakers and journalists might not know who Jim Croce was — that he was a golden-voiced everyman, a singer-songwriter-guitarist who died too soon, leaving one of pop music’s most beautiful and memorable ballads (written about a young A.J.) in his wake.

Croce the younger, on the other hand, is a piano man, first and foremost, and a vocal stylist second. His muted growl pulls from a host of American traditions and anti-heroes — it’s part New Orleans, part juke joint, part soul, but somehow evokes New York, a continuum where John Lurie meets Lou Reed. He is further a songwriter, driven by a personal muse, informed by a life on a boomerang of tragedy.

His gritty and accomplished ninth studio album, produced by legendary soul singer-songwriter and producer Dan Penn, is the latest and arguably greatest effort yet. Penn, of course, is writer of such hits as “The Dark End of the Street,” “Cry Like a Baby,” “I’m Your Puppet” and “Do Right Woman, Do Right Man,” and producer of the Box Tops’ “The Letter,” as well as songs and recordings by Jerry Lee Lewis, Bobby Blue Bland, Clarence Carter, and Alex Chilton. Also making appearances are Grammy Award-winning country artist Vince Gill, Steve Cropper (Booker T. & the MGs, Blues Brothers, author of many Stax hits), the McCrary Sisters and the Muscle Shoals Horns.

Croce has lived longer now than his father did — at 45, he is 15 years beyond the age his father was when he died. With Just Like Medicine (out now on Compass Records) an authentic version of his story, which contains both unimaginable sorrow and many blessings, can be felt and understood.

Just Like Medicine’s second track, “The Heart That Makes Me Whole,” was written by Croce with the late great Leon Russell. Croce notes, “We’d played together over the years, and one time I went to go see Leon play with Willie Nelson and we really connected through the music that we both loved — whether it was Ivory Joe Hunter, or all these great piano players who we both loved. At first, it felt a little sad recording this song because Leon and I had spoken and I was looking forward to have him on this album. Leon lived 20 minutes away from me in Tennessee, so it was bittersweet because we couldn’t record it together. But I was happy that Steve Cropper, the McCrary Sisters and the Muscle Shoals Horns and I could try to fill that void as best we could.”

The track “The Name of the Game,” is notable for many reasons. One is that it finds Croce connecting with a part of his soulful legacy that hits close to home because the bluesy gem is a previously unreleased song by his father — the only known completed song written for the elder Croce’s next album, and the last song that he wrote. A.J. explains, “‘The Name of the Game’ is a song I had known about for a really long time. It was destined for my dad’s next record that he never got to make. The song had been bootlegged, just him playing guitar, but it had never been properly recorded. I thought this song really fit this album. We listened to a couple of my father’s demos and final recordings and tried to treat the song with the respect it deserves — while still making it my own. At the beginning of our track, Colin Linden — who’s amazing — is playing the same guitar my father wrote the song on. You can tell it’s a Jim Croce song, no doubt. And I just love Vince Gill’s playing, so I called him up to add his musical touch to it too.”

In truth — as Just Like Medicine demonstrates beautifully — A.J. Croce has spent his very musical life forging deep connections with music and musicians, including with producer Dan Penn and many of the other soulful artists who helped him make this new album. “I’ve had the chance to work with a lot of my musical heroes and a lot of people who became my heroes as I worked with them,” Croce explains. “These people don’t have a lot to prove. And one thing I found out is that even with all they’ve done and all they’ve achieved, every one of them is really open in the end. Even though they may have a certain style, and sometimes be stubborn about how they do things, when push comes to shove, they are open, willing and able to go in any number of directions to chase a good song. They’ve all taught me a lot about how to follow the music and find the truth. That’s why the music of Just Like Medicine sounds real and raw — it’s meant-to-be music. This music here was not fixed. This music here was made.”

A.J. Croce’s nine albums have been released via both major and independent labels, and have charted 17 Top 20 singles and all nine albums on the radio including on Top 40, Americana, Independent, Blues, and Jazz. A virtuoso piano player, he has performed at a TED Talk and gave a master class at the University of Barcelona. Croce has also performed on major talk shows and news programs including The Late Show, The Tonight Show, The Today Show, CNN, MTV, and VH1.