Dutch artist and sculptor Ditte Pieterse (1960 Arnhem) is specialized in portraits and portrait busts.
She has the capability to ensoul bronze, gold and silver.
Her figurative body of work is characterized by a lively representation of reality.
For Ditte Pieterse, creating is an intuitive process in which she freely and lovingly portrays her models in her own unique style.
Besides portraits of people, motherhood is a recurring theme in her work.
She admires the work of Auguste Rodin, Pieter de Hondt, Charlotte van Pallandt, Rembrandt van Rijn, Ossip Zadkine, Alberto Giacometti and Paul Klee.