Exhibitions / Expositions
January 2021: Exposition at ’t Reghthuys in Nieuwkoop.
About 15 of my wildlife and nature images would have been displayed at “‘t Reghthuys” in Nieuwkoop, The Netherlands in January and February 2021. ’t Reghthuys is a culture and exposition centre in a small city along the Nieuwkoopse Plassen (lakes). A city home to many known painters and artists. Unfortunately due the current Covid 19 imposed preventive measures the exposition has been postponed until (most probably) 2022 as the program for 2021 is completely filled up.
July 16-September 20, 2020, Nieuwkoop, The Netherlands.
Some of my wildlife images have been displayed at the “Koetshuis /Hooiberg of Hoeve Rijlaarsdam”, a well known art center with gallery and sculpture garden in Nieuwkoop, The Netherlands. A link to their website and my photo’s: https://rijlaarsdam.nl/portfolio-item-category/dieren/ and https://rijlaarsdam.nl/schilderijen/
Several images made it to through the preliminary round into the semi-final round of Nature’s Best Photography International Awards 2020.
Several images made it to the second round of the Nature Photographer of the Year 2020 competition 2020.
Some of my images made it to the second round of Nature’s Best Photography Africa 2017!
Several of my photos have been published in magazines such as NPHOTO Magazine, Earth Touch, Museum of Modern Art Magazine (New York), Schmap East Coast Guide, and books such as “The birds of Hesse Atlas” (Germany) and a book in New Zealand.
Two of my Aardwolf images have been published in the book “Felids and hyenas of the world” written by Dr. Jose R. Castello (see blog page) a medical doctor, naturalist and wildlife photographer. The book has been published in 2020.
Two books have been published in 2019 and can be purchased through the Blurb Bookstore (see links hereafter). These books contain unique images of nature and wildlife.
White-tailed Eagles: https://www.blurb.com/b/9703155-white-tailed-eagles
African Wildlife Images: https://www.blurb.com/b/9433755-wild-images
Photo used by Earth Touch: can be found here.