Miko Resinpaintings

Miko Resinpaintings


Miko (Miechel Kockelkoren).
I was born in 1953 and grew up in Mechelen, South Limburg in the Netherlands. In the 1980s I made artworks with acrylic and East Indian ink. These were mainly works of nature and landscapes in South Limburg. After that, because of my busy job, it was quiet for a long time around my artistic expressions, until 2012.

In 2012 I started experimenting in New Media Art on the computer. In 2013 I completed my first digital paintings. My abstract digital paintings are the result of a combination of manual sketches, photographic and digital techniques. With my versatile creativity and my sense of color and image, I have found my own individual creative expression when creating digital paintings under the name Miko Resinpaintings.

The manufacture of a Miko Resinpainting:
Digitally manipulated illustrations printed on high-quality professional Fuji Crystal DP II photo paper and permanently glued to a 3 mm. Aluminum Dibond base plate. Then, in a dust-free clean room, liquid, water-resistant special composite resin up to 2 mm thick is poured in thin layers over the laminated work of art. The composite resin encloses and encloses the artwork, creating an ultra-transparent and brilliant finish for a crystal-clear image of the artwork. This applied technique also ensures that the colors appear more intense, sharper and deeper, creating an exclusively warm appearance.

Every Miko Resinpainting is unique and recognizable by its own style. The signature and year is sealed under the composite resin. Is always manufactured in the size 80x80cm. Set up from the center and available exclusively as a 1/1 piece of art. To prevent forgery, the work of art is signed by hand on the back after sale and the title and year are stated.

The authenticity and uniqueness of each Miko Resinpainting is guaranteed and confirmed by a Art Certificate of Authenticity. The certificate of authenticity states all important data: the authenticity, an image of the artwork, the title, the date and the signature. The artwork and the certificate are inextricably linked.

If you, as a collector, are looking for an artist with a recognizable modern style, make challenging work and are a valuable investment in the future, especially in the New Media Art, I can heartily recommend my art to you.