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.
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.