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 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.
A surreastic oil painting with an ashtray and flowers as cigars. I liked painting the texture of fire so I had to come up with a dark negative space to sett off the light sufficiently.
The original oil painting on which I based a much larger version. I was fantasizing what would have happened in the days before the assassination of president John F. Kennedy at the very spot (Dealy Plaza).
A commissionary piece for someone you wanted a bigger version of the one I already painted.