October 4th – December 20th, 2020

Museum Møhlmann, Appingedam: 

22nd Independent Realists Exhibition

The annual broad overview of what the realistically and figuratively working, Dutch artists are doing.



De Kweekschool

Groot Schavernek 9f, Leeuwarden

October 30th – December 19th 2020

The Kweekschool is open on Friday and Saturday from 11am to 5pm. You are welcome by appointment outside of these opening hours.


Exhibition Tekengenootschap TSIEN

Figure Drawings

Dinie Boogaart, Wim Dasselaar, Carla van der Heijde, Tjeerd Landman, Pieter Pander, Martin Sijbesma,

Sytse Singelsma, Rene Tweehuysen, Klaas Werumeus Buning, Mattie van der Veen

De Kweekschool

Groot Schavernek 9f, Leeuwarden

September 4th – 26th 2020 


August 2th – September 27th, 2020

Museum Møhlmann, Appingedam: ‘Magnifieke Miniaturen’


August 23th – September 14th, 2019

‘Tsien Fryske Froulju’

Natasja Bennink, Margreet Boonstra, Sita Geerlings, Sjoukje Iedema, Gea Koevoets, Lolkje van der Kooi, Sabine Liedtke, Johanna Schuurmans, Trees de Vries en Mattie van der Veen

Galerie Jan Reinder Adema, Damwâld

June 30th – September 15th, 2019

Museum Møhlmann, Appingedam: ‘Klein, kleiner, kleinst’

500 Meesterlijke Miniaturen

Open Studio:

Every first Saturday of the month

1.00 pm – 5.00 pm

For more than twenty years, Mattie exhibits her work in figurative galleries, in museums, in public locations and in various exhibitions. For example, her work was shown at the International Biennale of Contemporary Art in Florence (Italy), at Unilever’s headquarters in Rotterdam and at Museum ‘t Coopmanshûs in Franeker. She has had solo exhibitions at Galerie De Twee Pauwen in The Hague and Galerie Wildevuur in Hooghalen and participated in exhibitions at a.o. Galerie ZoFier, Mebius, Museum Møhlmann and the Holland Art Fair in The Hague.

During the art month (Kunstmaand Ameland) her paintings were shown at various locations on the island. A special event was the exhibition “Laudate Dominum” in the Jacobijner Church in Leeuwarden, where she joined with her project “Amen”. It consisted of a large panel with 49 hand portraits, purchased for the silence room of a church.