maandag 24 mei 2021

I like the interaction between these recent works. Both will be part of upcoming exhibitions.


donderdag 20 mei 2021

In Wanders' work, 'head' meets ‘gut'. The work sings of the upright ape that thinks in abstractions, feels in rhythms, and gropes its way through the world; a maker, a thinker, and a feeler. Thinking of music might help us understand Wanders’ working method. The works are made in a way that is comparable to the way a musician puts together a song: jamming, playing, stacking themes and rhythms. These building blocks are abstract yet at the same time very concrete.

Romantic and boundless, sometimes dark but always full of zest, Wanders' abstract black and white works touch upon a fundamental experience - a living experience. One of stacking, hissing, fluttering, squeaking. Rattling, swimming, drowning, burning. Cutting, chopping, blossoming, erasing; binding, and bulging.

Ultimately, the meaning is in the making.


My son Rembrandt on a studio visit.


Reflective fabric and spray paint on canvas. 180x120 cm.


woensdag 12 mei 2021

a second chance for my 'failed' works.


donderdag 29 april 2021

donderdag 22 april 2021

maandag 19 april 2021


I am currently developing a number of new series in which, amongst other things, I search for a 3D translation of my drawings.



Several exhibitions have been cancelled this year because of Covid. I am happy that I was able to visit the groupshow 'Questionmark' at PARK contemporary art space at the last minute. Follow this link to view the exhibition:

maandag 12 april 2021

Acrylic, yarn, wool, satin and musquito net on canvas. 80x60 cm.


zondag 4 april 2021

My studio after Spring cleaning!

'Questionmark' can still be visited (by appointment only) untill April 18.


Acrylic, yarn, felt, satin, silkscreen and musquito net on satin. 50x40 cm.


maandag 1 februari 2021

Acrylic, yarn, satin, wool and musquito net on canvas, 175x135 cm.


dinsdag 12 januari 2021

Acrylic, yarn, felt, satin, plastic and musquito net on canvas and wool. 3x50x40 cm.