I’ve got assignments for a drawing of Bruce Springsteen, Dog Lola and Michael Jackson from people who enjoy, and in most cases, bought my Elvis in Charcoal drawings. The drawing of Amy Winehouse I made because I think she was a fantastic singer. The Boss 2015 Charcoal, ink and white chalk on colored paper 21
I loved the photo of Sophia Loren so I decided to make a pencil drawing of it. It was sold before it was finished through Facebook. It went to Great Britain. Bellezza eterna 2015 Pencil on drawing paper 28 x 30 cm Sold
In this post you’ll find the 15 x 15 cm (6 x 6″) Postcards from Amsterdam I didn’t show here before. They were made between 2014 and 2016. Postcards from Amsterdam #29, Hoek Keizersgracht / Westermarkt 2014 Oil on panel 15 x 15 cm Sold Postcards from Amsterdam #30, Metz & Co. 2014 Oil
Saturday, April 27th was the opening of my exhibition. Recent works from the “Postcards from Amsterdam” were shown here. I received lots of nice comments and sold one painting. On October 5 and 6, 2013, I participated in the Atelierroute Zaanstad / Wormerland. I had many visitors and received great responses. I sold one work
It’s been a while since I posted on this blog I was too busy with my other blogs… Here are my latest paintings from the “Postcard” series. You can read all about it on my Postcards from Amsterdam blog (Dutch only) and my Postcards from Amsterdam site.
4 drawings made with charcoal and white chalk on colored paper. Something to do while waiting for the paint tp dry 🙂 Postcards from Amsterdam #20, Winkelgalerij Raadhuisstraat nr. 2 Postcards from Amsterdam #21, Spaarndammerbuurt no. 1 Postcards from Amsterdam #22, Spaarndammerbuurt no. 2 Postcards from Amsterdam #23, Scheepvaarthuis no. 2
The 15 prints of the Linocut are finished. Al hand colored and matted. Some are already sold. Contact me when you are interested. For only € 50,- each you can become the owner of a unique piece of art.
I started with a Linocut in the Postcards from Amsterdam series. The size of the Linocut is ca. 14,5 x 21 cm. They will be printed in a edition of 15 an will be handcolored with watercolor. Here you see the first 7 of the first Linocut, Postcards from Amsterdam #17, Centraal station.