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Elk verkocht schilderij kan opnieuw gemaakt worden of aangepast worden op vraag van de klant.

 

Every sold painting can be made again or customized on the request of the customer.
 
You can find the prices in the shop. Thanks!
 

 U kunt de prijzen terugvinden in de shop. Dank u!

NEW!

Mystic red forest
Mystic red forest

 

NEW!

 

This painting is customized to the demands of the client. The first time when I painted the "Unrealistic forest" painting I used a green grey color and the second time I used a cool blue color. 

The client loved this item and the colors of "African sunset" painting so she asked me to do the unrealistic forest with the colors of the African sunset painting.

 

She added: "I will paint my wall in a soft brown color" I added brown in the outer corners of the painting (Vandycke brown to create the dusk that sets in the night....

 

New work will be category 5

SOLD! 10% to KKF! (Please order painting on time If you want this work please ((long drying time)).

Measurements: 120 cm x 30 cm

 

Rough sea view
Rough sea view


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category 4

Measurements: 50 cm x 50 cm

 

Ruakaka Beach
Ruakaka Beach


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category: 4

Measurements: 50cmx50cm

 

Jungle in the mist
Jungle in the mist


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category: 2

Measurements: 50cmx50cm

 

Deep yellow mountain sunset
Deep yellow mountain sunset


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In exposition: UZ Ghent 3K12B

Category: 3

Measurements: 40cmx30cm

 

Forest in the "bleus"
Forest in the "bleus"


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category: 3

Measurements: 30cmx40cm

Dandelion mountains
Dandelion mountains


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category:  3

Measurements: 40cmx30cm

Minimalistic sunset with tree
Minimalistic sunset with tree


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Category 3

Measurements: 50 cm x 50 cm

Savanna
Savanna


 

 

 

 

 

        

 

 

 

 

 

In expotion: UZ Ghent 3K12B 

Category 4

Measurements: 60 x 30 cm

 

 

Minimalistic modern sunset with tree
Minimalistic modern sunset with tree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In exposition: UZ Ghent 3K12B

Category 2

Measurements: 40x30 cm

Exposition work
Lavender Waterfall (brush)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Category 4

Measurements: 30x60 cm


Expotition work
Lavender Waterfall (knife)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Category 4

Measurements: 30x60 cm


Australian meadow tree
Australian meadow tree


 

This Australian meadow tree is painted with the "Australian fine art technique" that uses a lot of glazes to accomplish a fine art end result. Typically for this style is the additional effects that occur when you add glaze by glaze. 

 

 

 

 

 

Category 4

Measurements: 40x30 cm

 

Mic's Ambleside waterfalls
Mic's Ambleside waterfalls


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In exposition: UZ Ghent 3K12B

Category 3

Measurements: 40x30 cm

Mic's Ambleside waterfalls
Mic's Ambleside waterfalls


 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category 3

Measurements: 30x40 cm

Getting started with Bob Ross, paint: 'Mountain Summit', part 2
Getting started with Bob Ross, paint: 'Mountain Summit', part 2



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Category 2

Measurements: 40x30 cm

Savanna
Savanna

(Gift for my future mother in law)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements / Afmetingen: 40x30cm


(Sold!)

Sold for 50€, 5€ to KKF!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements: 30x40 cm


Sunset 2
Sunset 2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements: 40x30 cm 

Category: 1

Sunset 1
Sunset 1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements: 40x30

Category: 3

Blue vision sea
Blue vision sea

  (SOLD!)

 

  (€7,5 TO KKF!)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements: 30x40 cm


Panorama with tree
Panorama with tree

My latest work is a panorama of an autumn landscape. It's made in oil paint and acrylics. The sky and trees are in oil paint, the fore ground with the grass are in acrylics. I've made a special brush by cutting off some haires to create a more "grass like leaves". I finished the painting with some glazes to create some perspective. the background is lighter, the foreground is darker.

 

Advise: I have to keep in mind not to overwork the clouds. You have put the colors in it and strike it once to create a "fluffy" cloud effect.

 

Measurements: 70x30cm

Category: 2

Unrealistic forest
Unrealistic forest

(SOLD!) This forest is a try-out with a pure acrylic paint. A work inspired of Tim Gagnon from "Gagnon studio". The big advantage is that acrylic paint dries very fast. To prepare the canvas you need to wet the canvas. In order to create a nice "light effect" work from dark to light and leave some white canvas available. There are two layers, the light green layer is painted with a perspective towards the lighter area and to the end. The black trees are painted with a liner and a very small fine brush. When you have painted the trees you can add the grass on the black background. Leave some areas in line with the trees and the angle of the light to create the shadows.

Advise: You can paint the grass with an old fan brush where the hairs are irregular and worn out. This creates a "natural" effect of the leaves of the grass.

Advise: Leave some black paint between the leaves of the grass to create shadows and perspective, it gives a more natural effect.

 

Measurements: 60x30cm

 

NEW!

LINK: Other paintings "Unrealistic forest"

 

Blue Flowers
Blue Flowers

One of my latest canvasses I made with an acrylic background and oil painted flowers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Measurements: 50x40cm

Category: 2

 

My impression of Monets garden
My impression of Monets garden

This is a work of my own. I wanted to use a black background to add the foliage. I've searched for a picture of Monet's garden on the internet and started right away! The background is in a black acrylic that dries within the 30 minutes. The foliage, the reflections and the water Lilly's are in oil paint.

When the painting was dry I added some glazes. 

 

Advise: It's recommendable to (always) paint the reflections vertically.

 

 

Measurements: 40x30cm

Category: 1

Micarts place
Micarts place

This work is inspired of a work of "Mick", Michael Munton. A pure wet on wet based painting with a lot of different techniques to practice! A real challenge! You can find some video's of him in the videos section or on YouTube under the name "micart".

The sky is made with a big landscape brush. Under the horizon I used a black background. The rock formation is made with a painting knife by "marmering" the paint and applying it gently. The foliage of the trees and plants are made with a one inch landscape brush. The waterfalls are made with a fan brush.

 

Advise: You're marmering your paint by using two (or more) colors together that you apply on your palette to create a "marble" effect. 

 

I feel that I grow as an artist every time I make a new painting. This is the proof! The reflections on the water need some adaptation and I need to practice my technique for making foliage.

 

Advise: Less is beautiful! Don't overwork the foliage.

 

Measurements: 50x40cm

Category: 2

Getting started with Bob Ross, paint: 'Mountain Summit'
Getting started with Bob Ross, paint: 'Mountain Summit'

(Sold for 50€, 5€ to KKF!) I've made this painting with the help of the Bob Ross painting dvd: "Getting Started with Bob Ross" Paint 'Mountain Summit'. He's the founder of the wet on wet technique®

 

It's a pure wet on wet painting with the liquid white as a base. The mountains are made with a painting knife, the fir trees with a fan brush. Typical to this technique is that they use big brushes like the two - and one inch landscape brush. Those brushes were used to paint the sky, the clouds, the trees in the foreground.

 

My most important lesson with this painting was that it's not recommendable to "over do, overwork" the painting. I've painted the right corner a few times and then you'll get a "blur" of colors. The colors start to mix into each other and tend to blend....

Advise: Sometimes it's better to correct a mistake right away rather then waiting until it dries. Do not be affraid to take a rag and wipe it out!

 

Measurements: 40x30cm

 

Orange Lilly's
Orange Lilly's

The orange lilly's is a work of my own. The background is an acrylic Vandycke brown. This work of art is based from a picture and I've made my sketch with charcoal. The flowers were finished with a light orange linseed glaze that gives a gleaming effect.

 

In this work I painted the background in acrylic paint and I let the sketch blank white.... I learned that sometimes it's better to paint the whole background in the same color in order to hide the white spots of the canvas.... I found it difficult to paint the right Lilly and the flour wires so I bought a liner and other mediums to thin the paint more and better.

 

The classic masters learned to never start from a blank canvas. Generally they started to paint the canvas in another base color.

Advise: Use mediums to thin your paint. Another advantage of using paint thinners is that the paint will less tend to burst (in time).

 

Measurements: 40x30cm

Category: 1

 

Ioan Popei's Lilly's
Ioan Popei's Lilly's

Ioan Popei's impressionistic style is marvelous! I tried to paint one of his paintings. I used acrylics for the background and oil paint for the flowers, the grass and leaves.

 

I grew a lot with painting this painting... An important lesson with this work was that you better use a good picture then to paint from an existing work/painting. A photo has always more details then an existing painting. Search the net to find a nice picture or search in nature to take your own photos....

 

Advise: Try to make one focus point by making the background a little bit "blurry" like you would take a photo. So, the background is "un-sharp" and the thing you want to take a picture is sharp. Some artists like Monet have used this technique by making a "fictitious circle" in their work by making a particular part brighter or more detailed than other parts in their work. 

Advise: On the internet there're a lot of (free) photo sites where you can find beautiful pictures.

 

Measurements: 40x40cm

Category: 2

Let's paint a sunset (Wilsons bickford paint lesson dvd)
Let's paint a sunset (Wilsons bickford paint lesson dvd)

In order to improve my artist skills I bought the painting dvd of Wilson Bickford http://www.wilsonbickford.com/. This art instructor uses the wet on wet technique and explains everything step by step. This DVD is a must have to learn more about this technique. You can find Mr. Wilson via the link above or via YouTube (I added his link in the videos section).

 

Painting is like a learning curve. With every painting you make you learn something. With this painting I learnt to blend colors into each other and I've started to use a painting knife more and more (To paint the stem and branches).

 

Advise: You can use your painting knife to scrape some branches, this is another painting technique.

 

Measurements: 40x40cm

SOLD FOR 50€! 5€ to KKF!

African sunset
African sunset

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Rough sea
Rough sea

This is another seascape painted in oils and I used a knife and medium brush to complete this work. My lesson in this work was that I used a bad proportion to paint the wave and the foreground. I let the work dry before I finished this work and afterwards it was difficult to correct the wave and the proportion...

 

 

 

Advise: It's wise to use a good detailed picture as an example and make your sketch in a light charcoal.

Advise: Use an interesting proportion of your canvas, don't make a fifty/ fifty proportion of the sky and/or land - or seascape.

Advise: When you make a wave you have to keep in mind in what direction the wave goes.

Advise: Use some medium to thin the white paint to make the "foam lines".

Advise: The paint has to be "inky thin".

 

Measurements: 50x40cm

Category: 1

 

Rough waves
Rough waves

Nature has always inspired me to paint. I love to paint landscapes, flowers and of course water and the sea. This work is one of my own and named: rough waves.

 

It's painted in oil paint without glazes and here I learned that you can "move" your oils to create your shape. If necessary you can "dry paint" to moderate your shape and the colors.

 

This work is made in different stages. First I've made the blue composition and let the painting dry. When the painting was dry I've added the blowing water with titanium white.

Advise: You can add white paint to the "crust" of the wave and then make an upwards movement with a blender brush to create the blowing water.

 

Measurements: 40x30cm

Category: 1

My impression of a Monet
My impression of a Monet

This is the second work I've made. It's painted roughly in oil paint and I've added some glazes. The work is inspired by Monet and I've added some elements. I wanted to practice different clouds and the perspective elements of the landscape. There could be some improvements to this painting I believe.

 

In my opinion is the sky a little bit too vague. I could have added more perspective to lighten the sky near the horizon.

 

Advise: The sky near you is darker then the sky towards the horizon.

 

Measurements: 40x30cm

Category: 1

Replica of Vincent Van Gogh his "wheatfield with crows".
Replica of Vincent Van Gogh his "wheatfield with crows".

My first painting that I've painted was the "Wheatfield with crows" of Vincent Van Gogh. When I visited the Van Gogh museum in Amsterdam this was the first painting that I saw. I started to paint again...

 

This painting is in oil paint and is painted in the typical style of Van Gogh, very rough and with a lot of paint, bright colors and primary colors, typical of the impressionism.

 

 

 

 


Measurements: 30x26cm

Category: 1

 

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