Monthly Archives: March 2011


This painting (wip here) will be at the Gallery Stoker exhibition which starts tomorrow – only filled with artworks of 20x20cm and smaller. Coming weekend is this also this huge flee market in Amsterdams old NSDM Docks again – called “IJ-Hallen Vlooienmarkt“. Just a quick trip with the ferry from Central Station. I think sometimes … Continue reading Emily

Geeking out in Amsterdam

Good news: I can extend the art display at Amsterdam’s Nieuwmarkt for two more months. And I’ll have have one more window, so I’m thinking about what to show. I also took some pictures at night – looks very nice with the warm lights from below. And right now I’m trying some geeky stuff by … Continue reading Geeking out in Amsterdam


I recently got the DVD with the documentation about Amsterdam I was part of called “Weit Weit Weg“. Here is a little snipped of it, where I am going to the church in the city center to paint. I thought the whole show was very nice, very centered on the people rather than tourism views. … Continue reading Youtubogenic

Ji-Hae 2

I’ve posted two work-in-progress images of it before and here is the final painting of Ji-Hae. It is right now exhibited in the display windows at the Nieuwmarkt in Amsterdam. I’ve exchanged one image – but I will change back and around coming Friday (another image be removed instead). Beside the original, I am also … Continue reading Ji-Hae 2

Assorted Link Rage

At I posted recently some of the later conceptart. Those are very close to the style we’re going for. We’ve gotten very positive reactions so far. Again via Seth’s blog I found this article about a guy who describes his way to become US champion at memorizing. Amazingly, he just started as journalist wanting … Continue reading Assorted Link Rage

It’s Already Green O’Clock!

Synesthesia is the mixing of senses – smelling music, seeing sounds as shapes, or perceiving colors as numbers. I’m doing some self-experimentation with it. No universe shattering surprises… just yet. But it’s a fun exercise. This odd brain function not as uncommon as once thought: one in twenty persons might have synesthesia in one form … Continue reading It’s Already Green O’Clock!