I started painting my cartoons when I moved to the Netherlands in 1986.
People would often ask me whether it was a painting or a cartoon, to which I replied,
“It’s a painted cartoon!” And that’s how I paint.
U turn. 40X30. Acryl on linnen.
MOONPLAY. 100x70 acrylic on linnen. Private collection
Connection. 30x40. Acryl on linnen. Private collection
Umbilical cord. 25X25. Acryl on canvas.
Simply complicated. 90x93. Acryl on canvas. Private collection
INSIDE RUNNER. 96 X 82. Acryl on canvas.
Confrontation. 30 X 40. Acryl on linnen. Private collection
Rouge Robbon. 147 X 96. Acryl on canvas
Paper Fisher man. 100 X 70. Acryl on linnen
Out of water. 100X80. Acryl on Linnen.
SURRENDED. 100 X 70. Acryl on linnen.
Zero ground. 70 x 100. Acryl on linnen.
station at 5. Collection of artist.
Heavy traveler. 150X100. Acryl on linnen
Versario. 25X25. Acryl on canvas
Dreamy line. 100 X 80. Acryl on linnen.
Man in peace- 70X50. Acryl on canvas board. 1990. Collection of artist.
MOONRIDE. 100 X 80. Acryl on linnen.
Tiny conected. 100x70. Acrylic on linnen.
ROWER. 100 X 70. Acryl on linnen
People. 70X50. Acryl on linnen. Private collection
Balance. 25X25. Acryl on canvas
opening 25X25 acryl on canvas
HEGIRA. 150X100. Acryl on linnen.
My Abstract Paintings
I’ve always loved abstraction because I believe that to create it,
one needs to be liberated from mental limits and able to expand the perspective of perception beyond what is commonly considered “reality”.
I tried several times in my life to paint abstractions, but it never worked for me.
Last year, I felt that it was finally time for me to try again, and I did it.