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What did we end up with? A scenario from a Stephen King book? Are we dreaming a lucid dream? Ominous.

Where the majority of the Netherlands ended up in a massive slowdown and went black, there was also a group that lives in a constant state of readiness.

Care was mobilized, folded around us like a patchwork. Unconditional and fearless.

Unknowing in what is to come. Light and dark, good and evil. Once more the question of what is in the dark? Do we see points of light? Hope, it will be all right. It has to be right.

Another pricewinning photographer I admire is:

Marc Olthoff's photographs are best described as narrative photographs.
His stimulating images show a story in a single image. Usually they show an incomplete story; something unexpected, something surprising and raise the question of what exactly is happening in and outside the image. Upon closer inspection, the viewer finds more information in the image, yet a number of points remain open to fill in for themselves.

The abstract design was already present in my profession, the figurative I learned by following courses and workshops with Marja Holsnijder and Paul van Laere in The Hague, Eddy Roos in Amsterdam and Groningen. Now I sculpt every week at the Sculpture Workshop in Oosterbeek The Hague (Clingendael) and in my own studio at home.


Materials I regularly work with are wood, clay, modeling wax, sculpture foam, alabaster, marble and bronze.


In my language of forms I work both figuratively and abstractly and seek the field of tension of straight planes-lines combined with curved and twisted forms.


As a working member affiliated with artist associations:


ArtiBrak Voorburg

Haagsche Kunstkring