In 2018 I was visiting the Stedelijk Museum Schiedam with my parents to see the exhibition of art works by Jan Henderikse, a representative of the Dutch Zero group.
When I returned to my car from my little trip to Kethel, Schiedam, Netherlands, I saw this beautiful tree in bloom. Sometimes you look for grand things and the little all of a sudden pop into your eyes when least expected.
I was heading for Julia Filament’s exhibition on Katendrecht when I decided to take a detour through Kethel, a small encapsulated village in the north of Schiedam, near Rotterdam.
A cubistic / roundism kind of style of Schiedam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands.
In the dead of summer means I am in the midst of the outdoor sketching season. Although I did not complete this one on the spot the invention of the basic composition and planal distribution were done at Katendrecht, Rotterdam.
Part of a series on Schiedam, a town near Rotterdam, Netherlands, done in a cubistic / roundish style.
The town of Schiedam (near Rotterdam) depicted in roundish forms. This is a view on ‘De Kameel’ (The Camel) – a windmill (yellow bricks – hence the name) typical for Schiedam