Far away from the Camargue, at the northern tip of the Netherlands, lies the Wadden Sea, considered the world's largest uninterrupted system of mudflats and sandbanks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. And it is in this unique location that our artist Peter Keizer and his wife Astrid have been living for ten years now. They moved from the center of Amsterdam to an old school in a small village by the sea, where they found all the space they needed for Peter's studio and the fresh sea air that nourishes his creativity. In the heart of this natural environment, the artist's oil paintings of bright flowers and his sculptures of playful dogs blend into the idyllic country setting of their home. Welkom bij de artiest!