My work is represented bij Gallery Posthuys Texel. In the summer of 2020, the group exhibition “Graphics” will be shown with new works by Dimitri Feenstra (woodcut), Maurice Christo van Meijel (monoprints) Annelies van Nieuwmegen (digital prints), Grietje Postma (woodcut), Lenneke Saraber (linoprint), Marjolein Terwindt (woodcut) and Yvonne Zomerdijk (cardboard print). More info: Gallery Posthuys
This summer I exhibit a number of paintings and woodcuts in Gallery It Koetshûs, in Makkum. We went there this afternoon and this beautiful location is definitely worth a visit! Gallery It Koetshûs Voorstraat 19, Makkum, The Netherlands. Open on Friday till Sunday in the afternoon
Because Jan Mankes passed away 100 years ago this year, I made this exclusive woodcut for this occasion. Because I grew up near De Knipe, I came into contact with the work of Jan Mankes early on. Just like then, I am still touched by the delicacy and fragility of his works, his modest use […]
Today there is a photo of my woodcut (currently hanging in Galerie BAS) in the Leeuwarder Courant:
From 6 February to 28 February 2020 I participate in the Fria exhibition at the Willemskade gallery in Leeuwarden
This year I started making woodcuts and linocuts at Grafisch Centrum Groningen. I did this at the art academy too and had lost some of it over the years. I am very happy with this new development in my work! Relief Print
Today there was a nice article in the newspaper about me and my art. Unfortunately for all my foreign visitors it is in Dutch 😉
This summer I participate in the ‘plein air’ exhibition in gallery posthuys on texel. The exhibition lasts from July 10 to September 1 to. For more information: www.galerieposthuys.nl
From July 6 to September 14 there will be a solo exhibition of my paintings, in the Mennonite church in Heerenveen. ‘Tussen Hemel en Aarde’ (‘Between Heaven and Earth’). Open every Saturday from 13:30 pm to 17:00 pm, free entrance.
From 31 May to 21 July 2019, my paintings will be exhibited along with 25 other artists in Friedland (Germany). The opening will be on Friday 31 May at 5 p.m.