In the work of Martin Assig (1959) a combination of sensuality and spirituality is always felt. The centre of attention in this is the human body. In his paintings Martin Assig always works with pigments and beeswax and he also uses wax in his charcoal drawings. Since 2009 he works on the St. Paul series in which he reflects on his own artistry by using, like Paul Klee before him, a great variety of idioms and themes.
Dirk Zoete (1969) makes drawings of landscapes in which houses, windmills, barns and fields form a coherent system for humans and animals. The drawings show a longing for a world where people are able to be self-sufficient and live in harmony with nature. In other drawings there is also a reference to costumes of the Bauhaus and the constructivists but also to the carnivalesque and grotesque.
Marcel van Eeden's year of birth 1965 is crucial in his oeuvre. All representations drawn by him are derived from the time before his birth. This implies that he works after existing visual material found in old magazines, books or newspapers. The subjects vary from sober fifties’ interiors, cartoons, fires, to abstract patterns or texts.