Day 38 – February 8, 2019
Acrylic on 300 gr. watercolour paper, 21x 30 cm.0
Day 37 – February 6, 2019
When classic meets trendy…. Three layers of mod podge and acrylic paint over a picture of Peter Paul Rubens’ painting of his daughter Clara Serena.0
Day 36 – February 5, 20190
Day 35 – February 4, 2019
Acrylic paint and ink pen on acrylic paper, 15×21 cm.0
Day 33 – February 2, 2019
Non-dominnat hand drawing, ink pen and 15×21 cm.1
Day 32 – February 1, 2019
Acrylic paint on 225 gr. acrylic paper, 42×30 cm.0
Day 27 – January 27, 2019
Collage and acrylic paint on paper, 16,5×19 cm.
‘Bean sídhe’ is a female spirit in Gaelic folklore believed to presage, by wailing, a death in a family (English: Banshee; it means ‘Woman of the Fairies). The story is about a young man Christian, who plays a prank, that comes back to haunt him.1
Also someone’s daughter
Day 25 – January 25, 2019
Acrylic and collage on paper, 25×32,5 cm0
Day 24 – January 24, 2019
Acrylic paint and collage on paper, 25×32,5 cm1
Brother and sister
Day 23 – January 23, 2019
Pencil and Tombows on 225 gr. watercolour paper, 24×32 cm1
Day 21 – January 21, 2019
Pen, ink and Tombow on 300 gr. acrylic paper, 15×21 cm.1
Day 20 – January 20, 2019
Acrylic paint on 225 gr. acrylic paper, 15×21 cm.0
Day 16, January 16, 2019
Indian ink and acrylic paint on unprepared , 28,5 x 35 cm.0
Day 15 – January 15, 2019
Acrylic and indian ink on 300 gr. acrylic paper, 15×21 cm0
Day 14 – January 14, 2019
Watercolour on 360 gr. watercolour paper, 30×40 cm.0
Day 11 – January 11, 2019
Non-dominant hand drawing, Tombow pencils, ink pen, 15×21 cm.0
Day 10 – January 10, 2019
Acrylic paint, indian ink, and pencil on paper, 15×21 cm.
’Noodlot’ is the title of a Dutch book (literature) by Louis Couperus (1890) I read during my study of the Dutch language. It means ‘Fate’. The painting is based on the first sentence in the book: “His hands in the pockets, the collar of his fur coat up, Frank walked through the blowing snow, along the lonely Adelaide Road in the evening.” (Google translate Dutch-English, so don’t blame me for any mistakes).
First time I worked with acrylic paint. Because I’m not an experienced ‘real life’ artist, I followed an online class to learn how to draw lines of action. The first line I made was with a pencil. After that I took my dip pen and made some extra lines.
I kinda liked it, so I decided to give it some color with acrylic paint. That came out awful, because I don’t know anything about colors at all. It looked like a combination of Winnie the Pooh (colors) and Paddington Bear.
I wanted to throw it away in the garbage bin, but decided to put on a new layer of paint. And a new one. And… Well, finally it was finished.
And the horse you rode in on…
Day 9 – January 9, 2019
Non dominant hand drawing/ painting, watercolour and ink pen, 15×21 cm.0
Day 8 – January 8, 2019
Ink, pen, dip pen, watercolour, 25×32,5 cm0