Norma Van Elburg Jessurun



Norma van Elburg-Jessurun was born in Surinam, South-America.

She spent her youth in Surinam and in he Caribbean island of Curaçao and became a registered nurse in The Netherlands, where she married. After her marriage she lived alternately in The Netherlands, Curaçao, Mexico and Chile. In 1995 she returned to The Netherlands again, but now lives in Spain.


Through self-study she deepened and broaden her natural artistic talents for drawing and painting, in later years follow by private lessons from local prominent artists like Luigi Pinedo (Curaçao), Juan Calderon, Hernán Larrain and Natty Parera (Chile).


Although she works with oil and acrylic paints, she prefers working with pastel, Especially for portraits. Her work has been exhibited in Mexico, Chile, The Netherlands and Spain and may be found in private collections in those countries as well as in the United States, Argentina and Switzerland.


Today she works from a studio in a rural environment close to the Maigmó Mountains near the city of Alicante, where she has her own studio and exhibition facilities.


Solo expositions


Art gallery Artina, Lochem, The Netherlands

Art gallery De Loc, Deventer, The Netherlands

House of the Antilles, The Hague, The Netherlands

Rest. De Leest, Vaassen, The Netherlands

Golden Tulip Hotel, Epe, The Netherlands

Bankinter, Altea Hills, Spain

Casa de la Cultura, Busot, Spain

Rest.Casa, Busot, Spain

Costa Blanca Help, El Campello, Spain

Casa de Vino, Pinoso, Spain

Rest.Mims, El Campello, Spain

Casa de la Cultura, El Campello, Spain

Art gallery ‘En Passant’, Apeldoorn, The Netherlands

Rest.Copelia, Alicante, Spain

Casino Mediteraneo, Alicante, Spain


Participation in expositions of

Asociaciòn Artistas Alicantinos, Alicante, Spain

Asociaciòn Artistas Costa Blanco, Altea, Spain

Arte para Togo, Spain


Naar Portfolio  Naar Winkel

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