New Reefcrawler collection during the exhibition

Pictures of the new exhibition are to be found here.

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Reefcrawler silhouette at the exhibition site

Multitasking 

So I’m quite busy printing my frogs, doing some Photoshop, drawing and designing some new creatures and sculpting a Reefcrawler or two.

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To be continued…

New member exhibition of the GBK

Binnenkort is er volledig nieuw werk van mij te zien tijdens BK Arnhem! Tevens de twee weekenden na dit evenement is mijn werk, samen met het werk van collega kunstenaars te zien op de Hommelseweg 169 te Arnhem.
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Voor meer info:

http://www.beeldendekunstarnhem.nl/fietsroute & http://www.gbk.nl/nieuws/gbk_nieuws-8/kunstfietsroute_2015-231

Work in progress for a new display; a centerpiece

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Working on this bat-ish one. Still figuring out what to do with the wings though..

All drawings are updated and uploaded

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One of the new and renewed drawings

Today I updated all the drawings on the website with their definitive
versions. These have more detail and better textures, like the original ones I print. There are also a couple of new drawings I uploaded. Just go to the Drawings link to check them out.

ArtArnhem 2014

artarnhem-2014I’ve been selected to exhibit during ArtArnhem. An artfair that takes place the 21st, 22nd and 23rd of November 2014 in the Eusebius church in Arnhem, the Netherlands.

For more information on ArtArnhem, visit www.artarnhem.com

Creatures with their habitat

Dobbius climatrous Windagia lospeluto

A new display; brownish sea creatures

Some new prints

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Mourtis redutcoli

Mhudylfi blheg

Glihnty shaleque

Collection 3

Bublios nachos

Bagjios natulus

A sticky egg; the Cornu arbusthuevo

 In its fetal stage, this little creature of the reptile type is fed by the juices of the tree. The thread of slime that attaches the egg to the tree acts as an umbilical cord. Glucose and water are transported to the baby Cornu abrbusthuevo (the horned bush-egg).  It is only after the birth of the creature when it develops digestive organs.  Used to digest leaves and small insects. Fully grown the arbusthuevo is comparable in size with a large frog.