Thursday, 18 February 2010

Friday, 12 February 2010


Oak, completed today.
Partly based on a lectern in the Hours of Catherine of Cleves

Mark the book on medieval Dutch sculpture. Very inspiring.

Tuesday, 9 February 2010

GAFPA goes official

My website has a new URL:

The old URL is no longer in use:

The name of this website was suggested by Flemish writer Willem Elsschot's prophetic novels about bluffing and conning . Written around 1933 and 1924/1938, they have lost nothing of their freshness. GAFPA comes from Kaas (Cheese) in which a middle class Belgian vainly attempts to bluff his way into the trading world by selling Dutch Edam Cheese. His firm needs a name and one afternoon's work results in the acronym GAFPA:
General Antwerp Feeding Products Association

GAFPA has that typical Dada-like association, making it the perfect name for my gallery.