This is the third article on the European Court of Human Rights and judicial activism. To start with the conclusion: we have to get rid of this Court. Not because everything these ladies and gentlemen say is equally nonsensical. But because of their judicial activism. Even more so because it suits so many politicians perfectly… Continue reading Elephants in courtrooms -3-: “Legitimate aims”
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?
A video to support the Distinghuised Gentlemans Ride.Of course it is not very short: it includes remarks about history. The link to the account of Toscan Verheij gives access to all relevant information about the DGR and the cause it stands for. The technique of the website is exquisite too!