This graphite pencil drawing ‘Park Arentsburgh – 20-04-23’ stretches all the way back to the outer rim of Voorburg.
This graphite pencil drawing ‘Notenboompark – 06-04-23’ follows my sketch of lambs in Clingendael of last week. Suddenly I wanted to do one of Voorburg again.
Last week on my way home from a student I came across Buitengoed Leeuwenbergh. It was late in the afternoon and surprizingly a drizzly grey day turned into a blue sky with a beautiful sunset. It so happened I saw this incredible and bizarre curved tree trunk.
The shortest way to my studio where I teach is via the Prins Bernhardlaan in Voorburg, Netherlands but once in a while I take a slight detour through the Notenboompark.
Another drawing of a chiaroscuro forest lane at Park Sonnenburgh in Voorburg, Netherlands, conveniently lingering about around the corner of where I work.
After teaching today I went to Park Sonnenburgh in Voorburg, Netherlands around the corner.
On my way to my students in Voorburg I come across Park ‘t Loo that had a reshape last year.
In Voorburg I went through a park at the Spinozalaan when I came across some geese with their young. One of the parents always is on the lookout and this one was sizing me up.
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.
There is this specific spot in Voorburg at the beginning of the Herenstraat where it is particulary beautiful.