Created yet another website for the new views in which I don’t will copy and past old information, but rather make a profile on who I am, what I do, and what I think will happen next. A WordPress website with new contact and links:
Making drawings in 2017 seems to continue. In the first week I have some time for myself and in that I already started to work on several new ones. Also finished some old ones and published them on the artists portfolio I have online:
Also the first drawing started and finished in this month January is now there for you to see:
Like usual you can see many faces in my drawings, and they are all connected…..
I have these lovely sets of wordstamps in the TAM Rubberstamp Archive. Ocasionally I use them to play with on my outgoing mail-art. The stamps are cheap, and self-inkting. Each set has 3 words. They were on sale so I bought a few years ago. Still enjoy them every time I use them.
More details on the TAM Rubberstamp archive at:
Because Anita Hennig is building a nice collection of envelopes for her digital exhibition on:
I decided to send her two envelopes of my acrylics series.
This morning I took this photo of a tree I pass nearly every day. The leaves are now almost gone as novembver has started. A photo to remember Guido Vermeulen in Belgium and I will post the photo there too:
A group started by Guido Vermeulen himself, and after his death the IUOMA-members keep publishing trees there to keep his memories alive.
On the IUOMA network (see: http://iuoma-network.ning.com/group/journal)
Moan Lisa (USA) asked for handwritten contributions for a digital Journal. My contribution started wityh a simple page, but I knew I would alter it and would add some colour and structures. So the next fases went like thi”s:
All made with indian ink, watercolours on 120 g/m2 paper.
Here are some IUOMA PR images that were used as a background for the IUOMA website at:
to make it look special. The images itself were made with a generator that places the image in another reality. Quite funny when you see them isolated as well.
That is why I published them here again, so they won’t vanish when the background is changed again.
Robin C rozier did a project where he asked people from the network to share a memory of a specific day and return it to him. In return you would get the memory of someone else. I have tried to collect soms of the memories back, and have saved them in digital form (see above). Also I collect the originals, and have documented my collection on:
Some originals are in someone’s elses collection, and I only have a B&W xerox of it. The dates and memories are now scattered arround the globe. But it all fits together in a big large network that was active in the last decades when Robin Crozier was doing this project.
The box and the letters are all made with a Mirywell 3D Pen in 2016 by Ruud Janssen, Breda, Netherlands.
Part of the Fluxus Words Project, see details on the blog:
A new group that started on June 17th 2013. The old one will vanish, this one will live on. That happens also in the digital world.