Signing my second tribute to the greatest statesman ever.Which one is more appealing: the one from ’21 or this new one?
I posted this before on Instagram. I do not use it anymore (search the first use of the name Tulsi Gabbard on this site, for the reason). If I take a look now, Instagram has a suggestion: “See what people are sharing to empower women and advocate for gender equality” … In the photo I… Continue reading Oops…
One painting at 3% of completion, the others at 6%, 66%, 99% and 100. I like that both the images themselves and the paintings are somehow ‘spotlighted’.
Last week I posted a short video in which I provided a new, rigid heptagonal with linen. I was almost inappropriately pleased with the result: firm, flat, smooth, soft and with white gesso. I’m going to use it for a special portrait of George Orwell. The white gave me the idea to make the background… Continue reading An old and a new tribute
My second ‘heptagonal portrait’ is of Steven Crowder, the first was of Donald Trump. Should I now continue the series with one of George Orwell or one of Clair Patterson?
I’ve included a large version of the ODP logo to indicate the location of the horizon: that’s at the top of the logo. So you see the setting sun itself shining through clouds, closer by its reflection in the North Sea, and even closer the reflection in the channels: one by one due to the… Continue reading Once in a lifetime
In this century (also in my lifetime) I returned by airplaine to the Netherlands 11 times. Never before have I had such a beautiful view during the landing. And not only has this photo turned out exceptionally well as a picture (thanks to the sunset and the clouds), there is also a lot of interesting… Continue reading Meanwhile above the Netherlands
Maybe this helps?
Great. My brother, still recovering from a major life-saving surgery, made these new heptagonal supports for paintings; Portraits. Next step by me: linen and bone glue.For two of them I already know who is going to be depicted. If you don’t know it it is impossible to distinguish, but through the window you can see… Continue reading Heptoganals