For the 13th time, this event is being held in the Netherlands, now however for the sixth time in AUTOTRON Rosmalen and together with the “INTERNATIONAL OLDTIMERS SWAP MEET FOR BIKES AND MOTORBIKES”.

This airbrush art form has grown popular for the world of customizing cars and bikes, this means rendering vehicles personal, in other words re-shaping and decorating of existing cars and bikes to the owner’s taste. But next to the special paint on vehicles there are plenty of other amazing airbrush sides to admire, such as portrait art, T-shirt and leather decorations etc.

There are about 60 artists from various countries invited to show their talents. Next to presenting their existing work, the artists create live a new work on site. There are commercial stands in the show which offer all airbrush equipment at special show prices.

So you find airbrush art on motorbikes and bikes. A lot of bike shows are being organised but the real die-hards of roaring 2-wheel fanatics do agree for a long time already: Autotron succeeds every year in setting a friendly sparkling atmosphere with over 800 bikes and motorbikes plus surprising new items. What did you think for instance of a engine power test bench where roaring classics from the ’40 and ’40 give their utmost to amaze the public with their hp’s. As well you can scout the grounds as much as you like for the motorbike, scooter or parts with more than 350 stands. More information on the Autotron website.

About the author

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The urge for making great drawings with such a small pistol has been apparent for many years. Thanks to her professional activities owning a car shop, Christine was able to make her hobby a reality.

Christine attended an airbrush course more than 10 years ago with D. De Graef at CMO Leuven (Belgium), and has been painting ever since.

Christine likes to see detail. Her world is set in fantasy, dreams and emotions, wrapped in her own reality and fotorealism. She emphasizes on contemporary issues. New creations usually start from a picture, which then further broadens by fantasy.

Christine also attends the Monumental Art classes by Jenny Verbinnen at the HABK Aarschot.