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.
A work in which I combined colour saturation with complementary colour schemes.
I took my dear colleague Julia Filament to the Mauritshuis, where I placed her in front of ‘The Girl with the pearl earring’ by Vermeer and rendered her cubistically.
An experiment in coloration of roundish shapes, rendered with colour pencils only.
One out of the series ‘sans titre’ after the moviestar ‘Gene Tierney’ in the roundism style.
This one is based on the swimming pool full of optical illusions at Museum ‘Voorlinden’ at Wassenaar, The Netherlands.
The town of Vlaardingen (near Rotterdam) depicted in roundish forms. This is a view on the harbour in the center with the ‘Grote Kerk’ (‘Big Church’) at the background.
Another example of the roundism series, ever continuing. This one is the conclusion of a series of 15 drawings on the same theme.
I was visiting Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen at Rotterdam, Netherlands together with colleague artist Julia Filament, when she saw an artistic lamp hanging from the ceiling in front of her nose.
In retrospective this is an ode to my deceased cat who died in November 2016. This is her, reclining in the sun, a couple of months earlier, when she was still going strong.