Thirsy trees , linocut and shincollé, 8X12cm
This work is inspired by a colleague showing me how small the square of soil trees have, compared to the size of their roots -which equals the size of their branches-. Therefore they lack water and nutrition.
Schoffelen , linocut print, A5 Sometimes, depending on the soil quality, "schoffelen" (dutch word for hoeing) gives me the feeling that I am cleaning up the back of a huge animal, just like some small birds can do...the soil is well alive!
Hedge-dressers, linocut print, slightly bigger than A4 I was impressed by the care my colleague used when squaring the hedges. They were acting like hair-dressers, checking on that their cut was straights, caressing the top part to remove cut-offs...