Rokus van Blokland
Corry van Blokland Mobach

Batiks
Corry Mobach learned the batik technique mid 70s. The technique is based on the water repellant effect of the wax. The technique has many variables such as the hot wax, the used textile, dyes and fixers which react with each other.

Corry further developed the technique often pushing the boundaries of what is possible, such as the use of certain colour combinations in one batik.
Topics of batiks are especially cycling, landscapes and people.

In 1977 a batik of an owl was given to Prime Minister drs J.J. den Uijl on the occasion of the opening of youth centre 'De Sluis' in Gouda.

1979 Queen of hearts

Size: 37 × 36 cm

1977 Bear

Batik for Sio toyfactory and sales office.
Size: 24 × 24 cm

1977 Doll

Batik for Sio toyfactory and sales office.
Size: 24 × 24 cm

1978 Thoughts of a pink cat

Size: 47 × 45 cm

1978 Bicycle with cat

Size: 33 × 35 cm

1977 Batik owl

Size: 37 × 27 cm

1977 Batik Owl

The batik was offered to former prime minister J.J. den Uijl at the opening of youthcenter 'The Sluis' in Gouda.

1977 Houses with bird

Size: 29 × 39 cm

1979 Batik Bruxsella

A gift from the Sio office to the town of Brussels at the 1000 years anniversary of the city.

1979 Striped family with bike

Size: 36 × 40 cm

1979 Kinderdijk

Size: 34 × 46 cm

1979 Houses with pink sky in England

Size: 31 × 35 cm

1979 The Manor House in Acaster Malbis

Size: 31 × 42 cm

1978 Bicycle with snow

Size: 40 × 44 cm

1979 Dursley Pedersen bicycle

Size: 33 × 37 cm

1979 Voorwillenseweg, Gouda

Size: 34 × 34 cm

1979 Angry woman

Size: 32 × 31 cm

1979 My bicycle

Size: 33 × 37 cm

1978 Pink racingbikes

SIze: 31 × 43 cm

1979 Girl with Bird in Hand

Size: 36 × 40 cm

1979 Two girls

Size: 34 × 43 cm

1980 Farmhouse behind dike

Evening
Size: 42 × 41 cm

1980 Farmhouse behind dike

Spring
SIze: 42 × 41 cm

1980 Farmhouse behind dike

Mist
Size: 42 × 41 cm