News about the webpage, projects and personal stuff.
With this drawing I want to start a crowdfunding initiative! I’m looking for support for my line-art on patreon, with variations and projects around the general idea. Patreon is basically kickstarter, with the supporters not paying once, but smaller amounts. Either per finished artwork or per month (what I’m going with). I’ve posted all the … Continue reading It’s Lift-Off for my Patreon Line Art Project
I’m filling the shop bit by bit – now there are two new A2 prints of oil paintings available. And right in time for the enormous crash on the Bitcoin bandwagon! When checking out, you can choose the Bitcoin option to transfer the payment without fees. It’s a bit of an experiment, and my little … Continue reading New Poster Prints for Sale – Accepting Beautiful Bitcoin!
This Sunday artists and residents painted on the central tourist street of Amsterdam. I joined as helper … and had a lot of fun. Here are some of the pictures. You can see more (including a cool overview) at the DoubleYouStreetColours website, who organized this event with the help of the W139. Must have been … Continue reading Street-Art Project on Amsterdam’s Warmoestraat
You can now buy some postcards of my paintings at the new location of the Gallery PR2 at Zeedijk – right in the heart of Amsterdam. It’s the Amsterdam painting with rain and snow, and one Dutch flower-scene. If they sell well, I’ll bring the originals there that I still have… hopefully it brings the … Continue reading Amsterdam Postcards at the PR2-Gallery
Below I got a booklet from Japan about my Art-In-Residence – it’s interesting to see the Japanese perspective on it. But first: This evening I’ll give a presentation about my Japan Art in Residence at the Mediamatic in Amsterdam. The event is called Ignite 28 and features 12 speakers with each 5 minutes of time. … Continue reading Kyo-Machiya Booklet – and Ignite Speech Today
Time for a little update about the expo of the Japan artworks. The reactions so far are really nice. The opening was sold out – and even with added seats there were still people willing to stand to watch the presentation. It’s great to get lot’s of people that care about the topic and art… … Continue reading Japan Expo Halftime – And New Stuff Upcoming