A chance encounter with Harold A. Cueva Vasquez

Yesterday I bumped into Peruvian painter Harold C. Cueva Vasquez on the streets of Winterthur. We had had a lovely chat, and he invited me to take some pictures of him in his atelier in ‘Haus zum Bilder’ (www.inzwischen.ch) as well.

You can visit his exposition in Kulturort Uferzone, Theiligerstrasse 59, 8484 Theilingen (www.ufer-zone.ch) until June 16, 2019. On June 2, 2019, he will paint there live!

Harold’s own website is http://artecuevas.ch/. Check it out!

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Panasonic Lumix G81 | Panasonic 12-60 3.5-5.6


A photoshoot with Schubert!

 was asked to do a photoshoot of the Kammerorchester Kloten with their new conductor Francois Girard Garcia last Saturday. Of course, I stayed for the concert. However, given they played the 7th symphony of Schubert, I did not feel I had a choice! It was a wonderful event, and I am looking forward to attending their next performance!


Equipment: Nikon D750 | Nikkor 20-35 2.8 |Tamron 28-75 mm 2.8


Started to paint abstract again (1)

I finally have the time and peace of mind to start painting again! For starters I created a series of three abstract paintings in quick succession. I love the abstract expressionists, especially Clifford Still, Richard Diebenkorn and Willem de Kooning. The last one is my absolute favorite.

Two other paintings are nearly finished. I will share them when they are.

I am very interested in your comments on the paintings. Please let me know what you think!

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‘Noordwijk’ – Acrylic paint and Mixed media on canvas (30×40 cm)

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‘Zurich’ – Oil paint and Mixed media on Canvas. 50×40 cm

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‘Autumn’ – Acrylic paint and Mixed media on Canvas 60×50 cm

Modern Architecture Rotterdam

Being born in the Hague, it is clear where my loyalties lie. Having said that, I recently visited Rotterdam, and was pleasantly surprised. The city oozed a great entrepreneurial spirit and confident non-nonsense attitude. I also loved the architecture around the Erasmus Bridge, some of it I had never seen before.


All pictures taken with Olympus OMD-E-M10 camera and a 14-42 mm (kit) lens. The pictures were post-processed with Adobe Lightroom.


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