Early Collection 1980-1982
My first works were extensions of our home filled with antiques and prints of the Old Masters. Soon, those prints were replaced with some of my own reflections.
Reflection of an early 1600’s Dutch artist (unknown)
First completed work. Applying a glazing technique.
Photograph possibly by Leon Franks.
Third attempt - Still Life, with glazes.
Photo by Chris DeJong.
A place that holds wonderful memories of life changing experiences.
Taken from an old family photo.
My Grandma was a special person and role model.
Later Collection 2003 - 2004
After 20 years it was time to revisit my earlier love of the Renaissance.
Reflection of an early 1600’s Dutch artist (unknown).
First partially painted in 1980 as “Old Woman”.
Reflection of Roland Delaporte’s “Still Life with a Carafe of Barley Wine”, 1787.
Reflection of Jean-Baptist-Simon Chardin’s “Still Life with Jar of Olives”, 1760.
Reflection of C. Jetses’ “Jong geleerd, Oud gedann.” Translated ...“Learned young, done old”. (yr??).