Feel free to take a look at my ‘colourful women’ paintings. You will find a collection of paintings celebrating the female figure, sometimes in unusual colours. I do not use models for my...

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I have called my series of flamenco dancers ‘flamenco with a twist’ because they are usually not dancing, but staring into the distance. The Flamenco is a Spanish dance and folk...

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  I like to work in series and those who have been following me know that I have periods where I work on specific subjects. My overall style always has a slightly surreal and sometimes abstract...

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Changing Face Buddha

The ‘Changing Face Buddha’ series. For those who follow me it doesn’t come as a surprise that I am often working on several projects at the same time. I can spend weeks, or even...

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Years ago I embarked on a new adventure and discovered the pleasure of creating art with Clay. Below you can view a selection of some of my ceramic works. I like to work with clay and when I have a...

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Apart from being an internationally exhibited artist for over 25 years, I have always enjoyed writing.  I love to observe and often see the funny side of life and I like to write both flash...

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Can alcohol ruin the lives of those you love? Cheers is an anthology of true stories for those who live with, or care about, an alcoholic. It is also by alcoholics themselves. Cheers reveals the...

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Memories of World War II

      Memories of World War II Seen through the eyes of a Dutch teenager A unique little book about a house in occupied Deventer (The Netherlands) during the Second World War. At...

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Reflections from a seaside village in southern Spain. When I first came to the village of La Herradura I immediately fell in love with it, but I could not really explain why. It felt magical even...

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