"This painting tells the story of a boy who grows up in an environment with windmills. New innovative and intelligent inventions that should improve the future of young people. I assemble original photos, matching paper, acrylic, oil, charcoal, ink and pencil in my work. The variety of resources I can use has proven to be essential for me. I have always liked the look of the patinated walls, covered with flaked paint and old posters.
I relive this aesthetic with a keen and professional eye. The creative goal of my work is to "do something beautiful by deteriorating". My paintings explore the dissonance between old and new materials, intertwined in the most beautiful way that dreamlike and melancholic images can create. Original illustrations, acrylic, chalk and pencil on underlying digital prints on canvas; digital printing is based on My original collage on acrylic paper, ink, watercolour pencil and chalk." - db Waterman
Color quality: Amsterdam colors, high brightness, no discoloration, non-toxic.