Since the Start of the Covid-19 Pandemic I have found it hard to start with bigger projects and have been creating smaller art works.
Week one of the art trail started off with a blast see the highlights here
Find out where and which events Surya is taking part in here!!
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Paintings Drawings Exhibitions Sweet Wilderness Solo Exhibition ‘Sweet Wilderness’ In Gallery ‘Epix’ at Perron026 13November – 15December 2011 Paradise lost Exhibition ‘Paradise Lost’ at Gallery ‘Espace Enny’ in Laag Keppel 22 May – 31 July 2011 Het dwangmatig terug grijpen naar een tijd toen ‘alles beter was’, een tijd zonder zorgen, waar alles uitgelegde was […]
When asked by my friend Kathryn Fong my friend who works for the infante Montessori preschool to make a mural. A mural that had the intent to show passers by what went on behind the walls, my first thought was how do I involve the children so it becomes something they are proud of. So […]
Being back in Cochabamba in Bolivia I was eager to interact on new projects with local artist, to dive as deep in to the culture as I possibly could. After spending time with my good friend and fellow artist Machy Coors, we decided to apply to enter the urban arts festival BAU which took place […]
As most of you already know, I spent 3months in Cochabamba Bolivia learning Spanish absorbing the culture and creating art. I’ve been back in holland now a few weeks and am finally ready to really write about my experiences there and truly share the art I made there with you and my feelings about it. […]
Frog pond In the middle of Cochabamba there is this adorable natural history museum. Enveloped in a vast wilderness, consisting of a wide array of plant life three gorgeous dogs, and is defiantly teaming with insects. The inside of the museum there is also a beautiful divers collection of animals and insects that will activate […]
The first thing I read about that gripped me about Bolivia was the use of dead lama baby’s in rituals. Luckily the first hostel I stayed in la Paz was right across form Marie stalls selling them so could see them first hand. Getting to Chochabamba I was lost for what to paint there was […]