Broken Landscape

Paintings on Panel. Gallery De Kunstkamer, Hoogeloon The Netherlands, 26 September - 8 November 2015


66° North - Landscape

Paintings on canvas and panel. Galleria Värinä Rovaniemi Finland, 5 September 2014 – 21 September 2014


The opening of this exhibition coincided with the Rovaniemi Art Night, an annual cultural happening in Lapland’s capital Rovaniemi.

66° North - Arctic Impressions

Paintings on canvas inspired by Finnish Nature. Kemijärvi Cultural Centre Kemijarvi Finland, 29 August 2014 - 24 September 2014



Final presentation. Paintings, paper and textile objects, works on paper, found materials. Artspace Flipside Eindhoven Netherlands, 6 September 2013 - 6 October 2013

In this work period I investigated the relations between paintings and objects in a daily changing setting. This to explore the possibilities of making new installations with existing materials which had no connection with each other at the start. I started the first two weeks with a focus on nature and ended the last two weeks with a focus on an urban environment. During the whole period the workspace was open to the public.


Installation of works on panel and canvas. Pulchri Studios The Hague, Netherlands, 3 August 2013 – 26 August 2013


Pulchri members invited artists with whom they feel connected, to make a duo presentation. I was invited by Jan Radersma. My part of the installation is at the left side.


Installation of paintings on wood and canvas with newspapers and installation with collages of photographs on hotel stationary. De Nederlandsche Cacaofabriek Helmond Netherlands, 19 May 2013 – 1 July 2013


Duo exhibition with Pieter Alewijns, paintings and objects based on Finlands epic story Kalevala. Het Waalres Museum Waalre Netherlands, 13 April 2013 – 7 July 2013


Indian Summer

Installation of works on paper. De Nederlandse Cacaofabriek Helmond, 11 September 2011 – 16 October 2011

The title refers to the short period in the Autumn with warm and sunny weather after a first night of frost. The exhibition was based on a longer stay at Manitoulin Island in October 2010. Manitoulin Island lies in Lake Huron in the province Ontario within Canada. The island has impressive landscapes and a rich flora and fauna. Manitoulin is a sacred place for the Anishinaabe, the original inhabitants. There are six reserves for First Nations people. The contacts with First Nations inhabitants and artists and the colourful Autumn nature were very inspiring.

The installation of 5x3 meter was built on a wall in the project space of the Cacaofabriek with 180 Works on paper, exploring the relationship between this other culture and the familiar images from my European background. .