The dimension dilemma.

'Nature is three-dimensional. When one makes a painting after nature, it cannot be an exact copy, but rather another form of representation, After all, the image is shown on a flat surface and is the record of looking at something. Images also have a limit of what you can see. Although that depends on what you want to show or the point of view taken towards the work.'


With this in mind, I explore the tensions between the dualities of plane and perspective. In my approach to this perception, my paintings become assumptions in a visible form.

More or less recognizable elements are intuitively applied, partially dismantled but never completely removed.

The perspective dilemma 1. Acrylic on linen 120x150cm

The perspective dilemma 2  Acrylic on linen 120x90 cm

Private collection

" Those who have the gift of seeing more deeply can see beyond the form and concentrate on the wonderful aspect hidden behind every form, called life."


Hilma AF KLINT (1862-1944)

Table and chair” oil on linen 100x100cm € 2900

'Vase on yellow table' oil on linen 120x100cm € 3500

'Shadow of vases' 80x80cm acrylic € 1500

‘Anatomy of a kitchen table 08’ oil on linen  120x100cm. € 3500

'Anatomy of a kitchen table 08' oil on linen  100x100cm € 2900

‘Anatomy of a kitchen table  02’  acrylic on linen 120x100cm 2022  € 3500

'Anatomy of a kitchen table 07' 100x120cm oil € 3500


‘ Anatomy of a kitchen table 09’ oil paint on linen 100x100cm - 2023 € 2900