First of all, I want to thank everyone who sent me feedback on my last post. I appreciate you taking the time to let me know your thoughts.
Since the start of the pandemic and the lockdown in the Spring, I’ve been concentrating my efforts primarily on my online presence, since that was the only way to have a presence at all. Meanwhile, galleries have opened exhibitions that had been postponed, such as the one at the Museum Jan Heestershuis in Schijndel, which is running through October 1st.
I’m happy to report that I’m also part of a group exhibition, Kunst, Kunst und Kunst (Art, art, and art) at Kunstatelier Galerie Kontraste in Erwitte-Horn, Germany, which opens on September 2.
It’s great that people can view and appreciate art in person again, and I hope this will continue in a way that’s safe and enjoyable for all.
I also want to give a shout-out to my online collectors, who have purchased paintings they’d only been able to see in digital form. Your trust and support means a lot to me.
Last but not least, I want to share a few of my recent efforts in abstract realism, above this post and below. As always, I love hearing your opinions, observations and questions, either in the comments below or by email.
Till next time,