Lives and works in the Netherlands.
You do beautiful work in any medium you choose! I so wish I were back in your country. I can't believe that every day we were there it was sunny and warm.
Wow - this one I love! Looks like the photos of the WWI with ditches an wires of flandern fields. Great dramatic!
Hey René,I look in all the time! Love your new stuff. I wish I had the courage to paint like you do.And I'm tagging you for this little bart blog game thing. You don't have to play along if you don't want to, of course, but check out my latest blog post for how this game works.http://kats-in-klompen.blogspot.com/2007/05/youre-it-jij-bent-em.htmltot gauw!Judy
Thank you all,Kelly,Yes it hasn't stopped since your gone, .... btw. do you mind that Ilink you up?Michael,Sjee, luckily there weren't any victims laying around! Although on the other side of the Rhine I once found a skeleton of a little cow, mostly gone, but it made me think a while, .... :-SLinda,Thanks.Judy,Ow jee, what have you done!!Just kidding I will play along with it, first I have to figure out how things works."U wordt bedankt!"
What striking sense of atmosphere and infinite distance. Amazing!
Nice painting!Have been sucked into all kinds of activities lately. Hope to drop by 1 of these days to paint outside againt!Jos
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