We are now excited to introduce his fourth series of darkly dramatic canvases. The new collection includes 13 large paintings (112cm x 80cm) and 13 small paintings (50cm x 50cm framed).
The tone of Pim’s arresting art remains the same: mysterious dark and secretive. Yet the more you stare at these paintings – and it is very difficult to take your eyes off them – the more depth and different interpretations they evoke.
Yes, there is that slightly sinister, mysteriously aggressive feel. But there is also a richness, a Frida Kahlo-ish madness for life, an extravagant swish of a dramatic flamenco dress, a meticulous Russian drawing on black wood.
And then there is sadness, loss and weeping. Flowers giving up their life, disintegrating into nothingness, becoming a messy blur.
But perhaps above all – after a long acquaintance with one of Pim’s paintings, you will identify sheer beauty. In each flower, dramatically lit, there is magic.
There is the delight of the image itself , but also the wonder of the artist’s talent and his ability to involve the viewer.
You can find out more about Pim’s background and sources of inspiration here.