This graphite pencil drawing ‘Solarized Roundism – 01-07-22’ is a welcome change from oil painting. After the completion of ‘Geesje Kwak and the Secret of the Universe – 28-06-22’ it was time to return to sketching.
Another variation in the Risque Series. After my last graphite pencil drawing ‘Risque – 22-01-22’ I was searching for something new.
This graphite pencil drawing ‘Hold Your Horses – 04-01-22’ was a done deal in my head already during the live session.
This graphite pencil drawing ‘Solarized Roundism – 26-11-21’ concerns a pose I had my model strike a couple of sessions ago. Strangely it takes me back a year ago when I experimented with solarization during the first lockdown in the Netherlands.
It is time for the elevation of Julia Filament. Sunday 7th November I finally met her again and we went to the Singer Laren Museum. She is a fine artist, graphic designer and great model.
Sunday last October 17th my parents and I visised the once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of Albrecht Dürer art works and contemporaries. Crime scene: Suermondt-Ludwig Museum at Aachen, Germany.
Who would have ever though of Geesje Kwak in Space? Of course she already was fond of higher spheres.
After my last graphite pencil drawing of Geesje Kwak -04-09-21 I felt one was missing in the series. I found a perfect mix of roundism and classic 17th lighting in the best Caravaggio and Rembrandt tradition.
Wag the dog was the first title that came to mind when I saw this beautiful photo. It stems from the 1930s I think.
Sheep have more fun or do they? It so happened that my dear friend, poet and photographer Alexis de Roode went for a little stroll in nature.