What to do, what to do…
Like most artists, I like to do a lot of different things. However, if there is one thing that’s unbearably annoying, it’s a chaotic website (or stepping into dog poop 😝). I have tried to be as clear as possible. Lucky for me I will have someone who knows about clear websites take a look at it next month. Just to make sure!
So… what DO I do?
I have restricted my available work into three categories. There is the abstract art, which is very straightforward. It has a seperate website, so how’s that for clear?! Yet the other two… of which one is divided into two… Oy.
Yes, straightforward! Yay. All the abstract artworks are on Moonscape Arts. My love for colour, shape and fully going with my intuition is poured into these paintings. Every single one is an original artwork, painted by hand.
These are all Limited Editions of animals driving classic cars. There are Cute Cars, mini Limited Editions of 3 pieces each, these are museum quality print on fine art paper: giclée prints. And then there are the canvas prints. Each Limited Edition is printed no more than 8 times (per size). Want to know more about these cars and what makes them unique? Check out right here!
This is how you can get to the cars and all information on them.
This category is divided into two: Dutch black and white drawings of smart-ass animals: the Bijdehante Beesten (basically: the smart-ass beasts). And of course the Crude Little Animals! The latter are really tiny, in coloured pencil and, yes, very rude.
The originals are for sale as well as very Limited Editions: every pencil drawing Limited Edition holds 14 copies, giclée prints on fine art papier. Giclée prints are a museum quality print that really makes details and colours pop. To see the pencil drawings, click here.
Subsequently I also have several different social media accounts. On Facebook and Instagram I have the Moonscape Art account for my abstract work, Tim Hupkes Art for the classic cars and Tim Hupkes for the pencil drawings (on Tim Hupkes you can also find older work, I have actually been even more chaotic then I am today! #Victory)