Enhance your home with a vibrant, one-of-a-kind piece of art

Are you looking for a piece of art that suits your personality and your home?

The easiest way to buy my work is by sending me an e-mail so we can talk about the best way to get the piece from my studio to your home. Details and prices of my work can be found by clicking the artwork on my portfolio pages.

Do you prefer seeing my work in person? A selection of my work can be bought at Caroline Jespers Kunstgalerij in Heist-op-den-berg. Click here to see the available artwork.

Until June 2nd 2019, another selection of Mixed Media artwork can be seen at a group show at Kasteel Sterckhof in Antwerp, Belgium or you can contact me so that we can arrange a studio visit.

You like my work but aren’t sure if it will fit into your home and you live far from Antwerp? I’m happy to edit my work in a picture of your home so you can see for yourself.

Fill out the form and upload one or more pictures of the wall(s) you want to hang the piece. I’ll need at least one picture of the wall taken straight in front of the wall, with a piece of paper tapped to it as a size reference.

  • Don't forget to tape an A4 paper to your wall for size. Max. 6 pictures, at least one picture needs to be taken from the other side of the room.
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5 Tips for Choosing Art for your Home

  • Buy art you Love. It should be something you’ll enjoy having in your home every day. Trust your instinct and follow your heart.

  • Mix periods and styles, high and low. Pair oil or acrylic paintings with street art, prints or a sketch you bought from a local artist at a market abroad. This way the art you show tells a story. Your story.

  • Consider a contemporary piece for a traditional space and vice versa. It shakes things up and adds visual interest.

  • Original artwork is a great way to add something unique to your home. It can give a room that extra amount of character.

  • Don’t be afraid to experiment with contrast. A painting that is a great contrast with the rest of the room draws the eye immediately to the artwork, letting it take centre stage in the room.