Some summer days are really hot. The hot wind blows through the bulrush and the bright sun sears your skin.
In 1928 one of the most beautiful parrots of Australia became extinct. Nobody understood how this could happen.
This print reminds me of the walks in the forests in The Netherlands during autumn. Beautiful colored leaves in different shapes and the smell of the moistly soil.
This design was intended to become a transparent sculpture next to a pond, but it became my first print. This print started it all.
Our weekly walks at Bramble Bay give a different view on the mud flats every time.
I have created this print after visiting a violin concert. I noticed how flexible the violin player moved in the rhythm of the music.
On a holiday at Stradbroke Island we went to Cylinder Beach, where the water is crystal clear. The ocean colors green and blue.