In 2015 I started a serie of characteristic sky lines in 3-D metal mosaic constructions with added paint. Places I have visited during my working life and life as an artist during expositions.
Rotterdam Erasmus Bridge over river Maas (55 x 55 cm) ( 2019 – 2021)
(Note: The bridge comes out of the panel)
Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera (60 x 40 cm) (2020)
Stainless steel, copper and oil paint on crylic panel
London Waterloo Bridge and the City of London (110 x 70 cm) (2018 – 2019)
Stainless steel, aluminium, copper and oil paint
Sky lines of Japan with Mount Fuji (88 x 65 cm). (2018 – 2021)
Aluminium, copper and stainless steel elements with oil paint and gold blade on wooden panel
Manhattan East River (100 x 70 cm). (2015)
Acquired by a French art collector
Paris, La Defence Financial District, seen from the Arc de Triomph ( 70 x 50 cm). (2017)
3-D mozaïek on canvas with stainless steel, aluminium and copper.
Hong Kong Victoria Island seen from Kowloon ( 65 x 40 cm). (2018)
(Plastine on canvas with oil paint, gold blade and silver blade)
The sky line serie is inspired by an experiment to add patine with limited heat to a plate of lead. While working a winter landscape of the moors near our summer house in the NE of Holland emerged under my hands.
Winter at the Lake (2013)
Acquired by a Dutch art collector