Last weekend I was walking through Veere at Zeeland, Netherlands, a little pittoresque town. I returned to my car when I saw the sign ‘city wall tour’ and I decided to take that one and then, when I climbed onto them, I saw this great composition that reminded me of Caravaggio’s ‘Descent from the cross’, a perfect staircase composition – triangles within one big triangle.
Last year I was walking through sunny Voorschoten, a town in the north to where I live. I saw an attractive cityscape appearing in one of the streets, took a picture and decided to do this one some days ago, not knowing yet how to execute it in graphite pencil. The trees and the top part of the drawing directed me towards my personal style roundism but the low part of the drawing became another story.
The 26th of December 2017 I was attending a concert by the Symfonie Orkest Nijmegen in the Stevenskerk at Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands.
A drawing of the ‘Nieuwe Veenmolen’ (MIll ‘Nieuwe Veen’) at The Hague, a place around the corner from where I live.
This depiction of Maassluis, a town near Rotterdam towards the North Sea, is somehow impressionism meets roundism.
A commissioned piece I did for someone who loved my roundism style. She likes to do holiday trips with their favorite car, a vintage Porsche Carrera.
A couple of weeks ago I came across the Tour of Rijswijk when I was on my way to Delft.
Some time ago I saw a cloud that perfectly looked like a baby elephant.
The principles of singularity as defined visually by me, put on paper with regard to a view on the harbour of Vlaardingen, a town near Rotterdam, Netherlands.
I was invited for a harpsichord concert at the home of one of my students.