Friday, May 15, 2015

Reflections video online

In the last few months I kept you posted on the new video we were working on. We started back in January and now it's finished and available at Can't help but to feel a little proud...

Step by step I take the viewer through the painting process, from a blank panel to the finished work. The subject this time is painting reflections. To quote myself: "Painting reflections isn't exactly easy but it's no rocket science either. You just have to observe a few ground rules."  

Every now and then the video wanders off to images of the island that has been the inspiration for many of my paintings, the Wadden Sea island Vlieland. It has been of great importance to my life and my work, going back to the drawings I made there as a five year old.

 Here's the YouTube trailer. Let me know what you're thinking!

My dear friend Theo van Egeraat shot the video, just like he did the previous one. Beautiful footage, with a sharp eye for the painting process.

The music was composed by Udo Pannekeet, one of the best contempory Dutch bass players. His music, with the warm sound of his fretless bass, takes the video to another level.

The finished painting will be part of my solo at De Twee Pauwen Art Gallery in The Hague (Netherlands) from May 24 - July 7, 2015. 


  1. That is a wonderful Video. Congratulations and thank you so much for including it among your other very helpful tips and examples of the oil painting process. It's an absolute pleasure.

  2. Thank you, Stephen. Good to hear the video's are helpful!

  3. Thank you! You can download the full video at