Welcome to my website. I paint mainly on wood. My artworks are colorful and geometric.

dated 2014 until 2016 (click on an image to enlarge an artwork)
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Abenaston

2016

Abenaston isthe name of a Maroon village in Suriname.

Adawai

2016

Adawai is the name of Surinamese Maroon village.

Akisiamau

2016

Akisiamau is de name of Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on MDF.

Asawbasu

2016

Asawbasu is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on MDF an burned.

Badaatabiki

2016

Badaatabiki is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on panel.

Balance sheet

2016

Paint on panel.

Balingsoela

2016

Balingsoela is the name of Maroon village in Suriname. Acrylic + paint on panel.

Bofo Kule

2016

Bofo Kule is the name of Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on panel.

Botopasi

2016

Botopasi is the name of Maroon village in Suriname. Constructed of four pieces of wood.

Bridges of Love

2016

Paint on MDF.

Chaos of triangles and lines

2016

The painting is composed of triangles and lines. Paint on panel.

Creatures

2016

Creatures. Acrylic on MDF.

Dawme

2016

Dawme is a Maroon village in Suriname.

The philosopher

2016

'The philosopher'. Paint on MDF.  

The Universal Mother

2016

The Universal Mother is a mother of children from all over the world.

Djankakonde

2016

Djakakonde is the name of Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on panel and burned.

Djoemoe

2016

Acrylic on panel.

Duwatta

2016

Duwatta is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on panel.

Gran Rio

2016

Gran Rio is a rivier in Suriname. Acrylic on panel.

Gran Slee

2016

Gran Slee is the name of Maroon villag in Suriname.

Gujaba

2016

Acrylic on panel.

The story of Coil

2016

This painting tells something about ' Working at the Coil ' . The circles and semicircles are buildings and bunkers. Brown sitesa are the bare trees and the green parts are the rest of the landscape.

Home

2016

Patint and sand cement on panel.

Kapasikele

2016

Kapasikele is the name of Maroon village in Suriname.

Kwamalasumutu

2016

Kwamalasumutu is a Trio Indian village in Suriname.

Laduani

2016

Paint and acryl on MDF.

Langatabiki

2016

Langatabikinis a village in the interior of Suriname, where the chief of Paramaccan tribe resides.

Loka Loka

2016

Loka Loka is a Maroon village in Suriname.

Makambie

2016

Makambie is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname.   Acrylic on panel and burned.

Masanga

2016

Paint on panle and burned.

Nieuw-Aurora

2016

Nieuw-Aurora is the name of Maroon village in Suriname. MDF. First burned then painted.

Embrace

2016

'Embrace' stands for love and friendship. MDF burned and painted.

'Turmoil'

2016

This painting is called 'turmoil' because while drawing lines conflicted with each other, due to an error of mine. Paint on MDF.

Palulubau

2016

Palulubasau is the name of Maroon village in Suriname.

Pikin Pada

2016

Pikin Pada is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname. Paint on panel. Dimensions: 30 x 30 cm.

Pikin Rio

2016

Pikin Rio is a river in Suriname. Paint on panel.

Pikin Slee

2016

Pikin Slee is the name of a Maroon village oin Suriname. Acrylic on Panel.

Powi

2016

"Powi"is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname.

Semoisi

2016

Acrylic on panel.

Strong Team

2016

"Strong Team" is a team of people who understand each other. Burned and painted on MDF.

The Destroyer

2016

Burned.

Twins Bende Kwai

2016

Twins Bende Kwai is a diptych of each 61 x 11 cm. MDF. Burned and painted with acrylic.

Twins Bendi Wata

2016

Bendi Wata is diptych of each 61 x 11 cm.   MDF. Burned en painted with acrylic.

Twins Bendi Wata 3

2016

Twins Bendi Wata 3 is a diptych of each 61 x 11 cm. MDF. Burned and painted with acrylic.

Twins Bendi Wata

2016

Twins Bendi Wata 4 is a diptych of each 61 x 11 cm. MDF. Burned and painted with acrylic.

Twins Bendi Wata 5

2016

Twins Bendi Wata 5 is a diptych of each 61 x 11 cm. MDF. Burned and painted with acrylic.

Twins Bendi Wata 6

2016

Bendi Wata is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname. Acrylic on MDF.

Waki Basu

2016

Waki Basu is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname.

The Maroons of Kiookondë

2015

Kiookondë was the first village where the runaway Aucanian slaves lived. Kioo means young man or young men and kondë means village. Since there are predominantly young men lived, the village was called Kiookondë.

The meeting

2015

Peopel or animals meet each other.

Security

2015

Security: warmth and love for each other.

Gunsi

2015

Gunsi is the name of a Maroon village in Suriname.

Transition from winter to spring

2015

The brown areas represent winter and green and yelow areas announce spring.

The freedom Fighter

2015

The Freedom Fighter fights for universal freedom.

Conning Cirkels

2015

The connecting cirkels represent groups of people who mantain relations with each other.

8 Women

2015

In Maroon village of Keementi, eight women gathered to talk about various subjects that concern the village.  

A life begins

2015

"A life begins" depicts the birth and growht of a person.        

Amakakondre

2015

Amakakondre is a Maroon village in Suriname. Paint + acryl op panel.

Animals

2015

The painting includes pieces of ancient excavated tropical word.

Avances

2015

The painting portrays a situation in which a love affair between two people arises. The relationship will fully come true when the peaks of the two triangles touch each other. Technique: cement and enamel paint on MDF.

Bende Konde

2015

Konde gang is the name of a Surinamese village. Burned and painted with enamel and cement lubricated on Medium-Density Fibreboard (MDF).

Meaningful Lines

2015

The viewer can form patterns with the lines.

Big Teeth watching the Middle East

2015

Painting burned on wood.

Complexity

2015

Composition: aluminium sheet and wood. Painted and burnt. Dimensions aluminium: 100 x 30 cm. Dimensions wood: 122 x 100 cm.  

Dan Gogo

2015

Dan Gogo is a Surinamese village.

The Guard of the Schengen borders

2015

The Guard of the Schengen borders ensures that there is minimal refugees entering Europe.

Squirming

2015

Djakata means squirming in the Aucan language, a language spoken in Suriname.

Dead Tree

2015

Dead tree on deserted place.

Targeting

2015

The painting includes pieces of ancient excavated tropical word.

Loving Man

2015

Painted on wood.

Environment Protection

2015

The square in the middle of the painting represents the environment. All the dangers that threaten it are being stopped by the remaining figures. The stump corners of the square signify the enormous pressure that it experiences from outside forces.

Equality

2015

Equality between people: man and woman, gay and hetero etc.

Faces

2015

The painting Faces depicts two persons with different hair colors. Pay attention to the looks in their eyes. Faces can be hang up in two different ways.  

Fandaaki

2015

Painted on  wood. Fandaaki is the name of Surinamese Village.

Yello-Blue Geo-Chaos

2015

The painting Yello-Blue Geo-Chaos consists of 212 geometrical figures, 106 yellow ones and 106 blue ones. The figures are situated in such a way that different entities can be viewed.

Geo-80

2015

Geo-80 is a pating with 80 fihures. Each figure is eight times.

Gingesiton

2015

Gingesiton is a Surinamese village. Composition: aluminium sheet and wood. Painte and burnt. Dimensions aluminium: 60 x 40 cm. Dimensions wood: 61 x 61 cm.

Gran Tatai

2015

Gran Tatai is the name of Surinamese village.

Growht

2015

Growth implicated that there is growth or positive changes op diverse levensgebieden. The growth starts in the corners of the painting.

Recovery and Progress

2015

The painting shows the recovery and progress in various areas, such health and business.

It's what you see

2015

Composition: aluminium sheet and wood. Paint and burnt. Dimensions aluminium: 100 x 70 cm. Dimensions wood: 122 x 100cm.  

Jaw

2015

Jaw Jaw is a Surinamese village. Composition: aluminium sheet and wood. Painte and burnt. Dimensions aluminium: 40 x 40 cm. Dimensions wood: 61 x 61 cm.

Kambalua

2015

Kambalua is the name of a Surinamese village.

Kayapati

2015

omposition: aluminium sheet and wood. Painted and burnt. Dimensions aluminium: 100 x 70 cm. Dimensions wood: 122 x 100 cm.  

Kisai

2015

Kisai is the name of a Surinamese Maroon village.

Critical eyes on politicians

2015

Politicians often make decisions that are negative for the citizens. Therefore, there is a critical need.

Lines of the future

2015

The lines of Lines of the future lead to a future with many possibilities.

Loeabi

2015

Loeabi is a village that is situated in the Tapanahoni river in Surname.

Mama Du Maroni

2015

Du Maroni is the boundary river between Suriname and French Guyane.

Nikii

2015

Geschilderd op hout.

Npuusu

2015

Painted on wood. Npuusu is the name of a Surinamese village.

Office

2015

The painting Office portrays an organization. The black line surrounding the yellow one, symbolizes the Board of Directors.  The departments with various teams are represented by the three circles, all connected by the four pointed stars. All areas outside the circles form the organizational environment . The half- circles are the lines of communication to the outside world .  

-Orange+blue = Zero

2015

This Painting should be seen in the perspective of the coordinate system.

Pamboko

2015

Pamboko is a Surinamese village. Composition: aluminium sheet and wood. Burnt with enamel paint on aluminium and burnt on wood. Dimensions aluminium: 100 x 40 cm. Dimensions wood: 122 x 61 cm.

Persoon in whrlpool

2015

  A person is able to save himself from a treacherous whirlpool.

Poeketi

2015

Poeketi is the name of a Surinamese village. Painted and burned on wood.

Sangamasoesa

2015

Sangamasoesa is the name of a Surinamese village. Painted on wood.

Secret On Wood

2015

This painting represents the strenght of wood.

Strong Will

2015

  " Strong Will " is the will to live together in harmony in diversity. In the painting , several faces projected. These represent a society . Over the height of the painting is a large figure. This indicates a strong desire to keep the people together.

Tabiki

2015

Tabiki means island and is also the name of a Maroon village in Suriname.

Tjai-kondë

2015

Tjai-kondë is the name of a Surinamese village. Cement and paint on canvas.

Two Women

2015

The painting Two Women represents two women.

Connection

2015

This paintin shows the connection between people. Composition: aluminium sheet and wood. Painted and burnt. Dimensions aluminium: 40 x 30 cm. Dimensions wood: 50 x 40 cm.

Freedom

2015

The annotations mean that a  person must be able to act. The number 44 designate the end of World War II. Technique: cement and enamel paint on canvas.

What Lines Tell

2015

By carefully looking at the lines, the viewer can identify what he / she sees .

'Welocome'

2015

Composition: aluminum sheet and eight wood.en panels, each 61 x 22 cm. Painted and burnt. Dimensions aluminum: 100 x 30 cm. Dimensions : 100 x 93 cm.

Sea Turtle 'Galibi' Suriname

2015

Sea turtle 'Warana-Galibi'. Galibi is  an Indianvillage in North East - Suriname.

Three Islands

2014

Drietabbetje is a village in the interior of Suriname, where the chief of  Aucanian tribe resides    

Gaanda Singi

2014

Gaanda Singi is tthe name or a waterfall in the river Tapanahoni in Suriname.

Mainsi

2014

Mainsi is a village on the river Tapanahony in the interio of Suriname.

Man Bali

2014

Man Bali is the name of waterfall in the Tapanahoni river in Suriname.

Moitaki

2014

Moitaki is my native village in Suriname . Moitaki is located on the Tapanahony river , a tributary of the Maroni river . The village consists of three parts: Ondoose , Mindii Olo and Asisi . Ondoose means bottom / low lying ; Mindii Olo means center hole / village center and Asisi means ash.

Dutch football team Champion

2014

This painting was made in connection with World Cup 2014 in Brazil.

Pikinkondë

2014

Pikinkondë ( small village ) is the name of a Surinamese village .

Poolokaba

2014

Poolokaba is Maroon village in Suriname.

Tabiki

2014

The Colorless Woman

2014

The Colorless Woman symbolizes the thoughts of a young man who was taught by his father that love knows no color.

Tjon Tjon

2014

Tjon Tjon means corner in the Aucan language . The painting ' Tjon Tjon named after a village Tjon Tjon which is situated at the top point of an island in the river Tapanahoni .

Many Faces

2014

"Many faces " stands for diversity and solidarity

One Finger

2014

Wan Finga means one finger. It is also the name of a village