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In the realm of art, a tale to tell,
For each creation, a unique spell.
No mass production, nor cold machine,
Each piece crafted with care and sheen.

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A journey of art, personal and calm.

With love and attention, each work is made,
Exclusively crafted, a masterpiece displayed.
I hope you'll cherish this offer of mine,
Thank you for appreciating my art divine.

 "Shifting Baseline" reveals that what we admire as grand and beautiful today was actually much more significant and rich a few decades ago. Some have witnessed these changes, but we didn't realize the importance of documenting the past, making it hard to demonstrate these shifts to the next generation.

"This lino print captures the image of a Porcupine fish, an ancient genus dating back 100 million years. It carries two generations of shadows , highlighting an unsettling shift in our understanding of what is perceived as 'normal.'The darker ocean blue color I've chosen imparts a sense of foreboding, capturing the essence of the fish as it hangs with its head positioned vertically downwards. This posture, along with the emotional weight, emphasizes the urgent need to recognize and address the dangers accompanying our shifting baseline.

Let's vow to protect nature's delicate balance midst the shifting tides and silent cries.Lino Print on Khadi Rag Paper, January 2024, by Hendrik Wuyts, Bonaire Paper 30x40cm with the art size measuring22x29cm.

 

Fins and Reverie 1/10 

Come and delve into the enchanting world of "Fins and Reverie," a captivating Lino cut print on Silili Japon paper. Created in December 2023, this artwork embodies the dreamy sanctuary of deep-sea isolation and connection. The frame size is 48x64cm, with the art size measuring 30x40cm.

The Ebb and Flow of the Flamingo. 1/20

Image size:20cmX26cm/7.8"X10.4"

Paper size:27cmX34.5cm/10.62"X13.58"

 Note from the artist: Printed on Japon art paper with a fine line structure in Pursian Blue Oil based color.

Inspired by the beautiful turquoise colors of our Ocean  and our unique flamingo sanctuary.

 

The Goddess of all Fish of all Oceans. 1/20

So let us honor her, this goddess of the fish,
Her whispers heard in every tide,
Her strength the force that guides the waves,
And her glory, forever by our side.

Image size:25.5cmX25.5cm/10"X10"

 Note from the artist: Printed on Japon art paper with a fine line structure in Black Oil based color.

A Woman with a Dot. 1/20

 

 Image size:20cmX26cm/7.8"X10.4"

Paper size:27cmX34.5cm/10.62"X13.58"

 Note by the artist: Printed on Japon art paper with a fine line structure in Rubin Red Oil based color in a Cubism art.

 

From a star to a sea star. 1/10

Sea stars and women are both unique and valuable in their own ways and should be appreciated for their individual qualities. Sea stars are fascinating creatures that live in the sea and play important roles in their ecosystem. Women are human beings with diverse personalities, strengths, and talents and contribute greatly to society. Instead of comparing them, we can learn to appreciate and respect the differences that make them both wonderful

 

Image size:20cmX26cm/7.8"X10.4"

Paper size:27cmX34.5cm/10.62"X13.58"

 Note by the artist: Printed on Japon art paper with a fine structure in Rubin Red Oil based and Black color, pure fantasy. 

 

Hermaphrodites 1/20

 

Image size:21cmX26,5cm/8.4"X10.4"

 

 Note from the artist: In this thought-provoking image, an adult woman peacefully lays in bed alongside two majestic, gigantic fish. The powerful message within this scene speaks to her profound connection with marine life and her dedication to environmental protection.

Her emotions are filled with visions of vibrant underwater ecosystems threatened by industrial fishing practices. These two fish represent not only the beauty of marine life but also the urgent need to protect our oceans and their inhabitants.

There is no such thing as sustainable fishing practice, the woman's relationship with these fish transcends mere companionship. It symbolizes her unwavering support for the welfare of all aquatic beings. Through this image, she aims to raise awareness about the harmful impacts of industrial fishing and invites others to join her cause.

The slogan "Stop All Industrial Fishing" echoes loud and clear in her message. It is a rallying cry to halt the destructive practices that deplete our oceans' resources, disrupt ecosystems, and contribute to species decline. She hopes to inspire individuals, communities, and governments to work together towards a more balanced relationship with our oceans.

Let this image serve as a reminder that the choices we make today can shape the future of our planet. By advocating “Stop all Industrial Fishing” we can protect marine biodiversity and ensure a healthier and more sustainable world for generations to come.

 

Dance with the Tempest. 1/20

"Dance the Tempest, a mesmerizing fusion of movement and Shakespearean storytelling,

transports audiences into a whirlwind of emotions."

Image size:20cmX26cm/7.8"X10.4"

Paper size:27cmX34.5cm/10.62"X13.58"

 

Fine art printing is more than just creating a reproduction of an artwork.

It is a process that involves a deep understanding and appreciation for the original artwork and the artist's intention. Fine art printing is a form of artistic expression where the printer becomes a collaborator, working closely with the artist to bring their vision to life.

 In a philosophical sense, fine art printing can be seen as a form of mediation between the artist and the viewer. The print becomes a physical representation of the artist's original work, allowing it to be shared and experienced by a broader audience.

 In conclusion, fine art printing is not just a technical process, but a philosophical one that values the artistic expression and the connection between the artist and the viewer. It highlights the beauty and power of art and challenges traditional notions of its value and uniqueness.

 Goddess of all fish of all the oceans. 

 

 

Goddess of all the oceans,
Her beauty spans the endless seas,
Fish swim at her command,
And waters part to honor her majesty. 

She breathes life into the depths,
A symbol of power and might,
And all who see her know the truth,
That she reigns supreme like the vast blue light. 

So let us honor her, this goddess of the fish,
Her whispers heard in every tide,
Her strength the force that guides the waves,
And her glory, forever by our side.

Lino cut printing art is a printmaking technique that involves carving a design onto a piece of linoleum and transferring the image onto paper using ink. This method of printmaking has been around since the early 20th century and gained popularity as an artistic medium in the 1920s and 30s. Lino cut printing art was first used commercially for producing wallpaper and floor coverings, but artists soon began using the technique to create fine art prints.
 
From a star to a sea star.


Sea stars and women are both unique and valuable in their own ways and should be appreciated for their individual qualities. Sea stars are fascinating creatures that live in the sea and play important roles in their ecosystem. Women are human beings with diverse personalities, strengths, and talents and contribute greatly to society. Instead of comparing them, we can learn to appreciate and respect the differences that make them both wonderful.

Explore your mind freely

To create art is to engage in a free act of expression.
The freedom to think is essential for the creation of art because it allows the artist to explore new ideas, challenge existing norms, and embrace innovation. It is only by thinking freely that an artist can experiment with different styles, techniques, and materials, and create something truly unique and original. By allowing the mind to be free, the artist can unleash their creativity and produce works that are both thought-provoking and inspiring that capture the essence of the human spirit. A form of liberation - a way to release the artist from the constraints of society and the limitations of their own mind.