Estate ‘Voorlinden’ at Wassenaar, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands has become my favourite park because it holds everything dear to me: a classic mansion from the 1920s, a museum of modern art with an interesting collection and last but not least a park surrounding the main buildings of equisite quality.
The Nieuwe Veenmolen, dating back from 1652, is situated nearby to where I live.
I started this one at Studio Brugman, Voorburg, Netherlands at King’s Day (Koningsdag) last year after the previous two drawings ‘Tree at Voorburg’.
A depiction of my love for the return of the sun and life in nature, symbolized by spring blossom.
My favourite part of the dunes at The Hague, Netherlands in cubistic forms.
A deviation from the first Tree at Voorburg. This one has roundish shapes rather than straight.
The first tree out of a series of 2 tree drawings.
I made a first draft in black and white Conté Carrés but it didn’t work. It stood in my studio for over a year pissing me off. Finallly I knew what to do and was ready to divide space through colourful planes.
Breaking up a forest into planes of light, darkness and cubistic forms. It’s called ‘The Valley of the Philisophers’ (Filosofendal) at Berg en Dal, near Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands (Nederland).
Part of the roundism series. The Hague Forest (Haagse Bos) is around the corner from where I live.