draw ing, 1. a picture or diagram made with a pencil, pen, or crayon rather than paint – 2. the art or activity of making drawings.


print, 1. a picture or design printed from a block or plate – 2. transfer (a design or pattern) to a surface. – 3. a print produced by the process of etching.


pho to, 1. a photograph – 2. a prefix that means “light”, as in photosynthesis.


“The question you ask determines which part of reality you will see”
This mangled quotation of R. Kopland is the driving force of all I create. The exploration, the experiment, it’s my way of working. This does not always lead to a finished drawing or print. The exploration itself is what fascinates me. Projects situated under exploration can be considered as sketch or intermediate result.


It is not about searching and finding. Your eye catches something. It reminds you of … Or it does not. The question raises how … And sometimes there are no associations, no questions. Just the looking, the seeing, astonishment. In my blog I regularly report on this. An effort to show my fascinations and way of looking. A hopeless task in fact.
“Some painters transform the sun into a yellow spot, others ~ transform a yellow spot into the sun.” P. Picasso

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