The first color layer on the Calvé pindakaas painting is finished too! I can already see that the glass where there is no peanut butter needs to be darker but that’s something for the next layer. First the paint has to dry before I can continue.
The first color layer for the Verkade chocolate is finaly finished. The tinfoil was tough to paint. It felt like I was making an abstract painting… The tinfoil on the Douwe Egberts coffee was just as tough as the one on the chocolate. These two paintings have to dry for a while before I can
I thought it would take me a couple of hours to paint the chocolat. I was wrong, I forgot about all the logos and other letters on every piece of chocolat. But again it was fun to do and very rewarding.
I started working on the first color layer of the Douwe Egberts coffee. The first step was the white lettering and other white parts of the package. You see so many small details that you don’t see whwn you buy the coffee in the Supermarket. The next step was painting red. Not just one color
I continued working on the first color layer of the Calvé pindakaas painting. This was the easy part. Next step will be the glass with traces of peanut butter and the shiny knive. While I was waiting for the paint on the peanut butter painting to dry I started working on the next painting in
I always love to work on a new painting. Covering all that white canvas, I love it! It’s funny that you see things you never seen before because it is just peanut butter. When you make a photorealistic painting you study each inch of the jar. I’m quite happy with the start of this layer.
I started on the first 3 paintings in the “Dutch Brands” series. Douwe Egberts koffie, Calvé pindakaas and Verkade reep. The first step was to apply several layers of gesso on the canvas. The second step was to make detailed drawings and tranfer them to the canvas. The detailed drawings transfered to the canvas I
After many, many hours this painting is finished. After the varnish dried it went to Galerie Stam in Amsterdam. Go to the Prinsengracht 356S if you want to see it. Nostalgic Amsterdam #2, Broodje van Kootje, Leidseplein, 1953 2017 Oil on canvas. 80 x 60 cm Available Click here for more information and price. Below
Recently I’m thinking about a new series of paintings. Dutch Brands. The paintings are going to be on a size of 60 x 60 cm. And as usual the subjects will be shown close-up and trimmed. All the brands have to have some things in common: • I have to remember from my youth, because
I started on this painting in June 2015. After I got in possession of all the photo albums from my mother. I’ve put it aside for a while and made the second painting in this series first, “Rita & Mien in Limburg, 1959”. There is something missing here so I decided to add some props