I am a trained floral artist who lived and worked in Japan for 14 years. Now back in the Netherlands I make pottery, paintings, photos, videos, land-art, telling stories and so on, and so on. Teku Teku てくてくstands for the sound of footsteps in Japanese.  I am leisurely walking around between different art forms.

TekuTeku-chan, my logo, was born in 2008, drawn by a Japanese Kindergarten student.  Teku Teku-chan has been part of my life ever since. Read here how it all started. 

Have a little stroll around the website.

Upcoming Art markets:

May 9th  Vaasaqua Kunstmarkt bij de Cannenburgh in Vaassen

May18th Kunstmarkt Gaasterland Balk

May20th Kunstmarkt Zeist

May 25th Kunstfestival Hattem