A worked out oil surrealistic painting variation of the last of the ’13 variations on the same theme’ graphite pencil drawing series.
A commissioned piece representing the battle of Bun’ei near Hakata Bay, where Samurai try to stop the Mongols in the year 1274.
An oil painting of Henriëtte Sibie, who sits for me quite frequently, most of the times at Studio Brugman.
A commissionary piece for my dear colleague Humphrey Brugman, with some surrealistic elements added.
Named after the same song by David Bowie. I made this piece as a protest against all organized religion.
A commissionary piece for the parents of a little girl. I asked for some liberty because the girl wanted to have flowers in the painting, so to avoid being corny I put some surrealistic elements in it.
In 2009 my bathroom was finished and I was taking a bath. Due to lavender oil I dreamt away and saw a woman floating towards me.
A still life in which I tried to combine cubism and realism in such respect that the cubistic papaya would be looking realistic as well.
A commissionary piece for someone who loves the blues. Robert Johnson with his guitar walking from the departing train.
A painting I made for my exhibition in 2008 at museum ‘Marishuis’ at Heumen, Gelderland, Nederland.