Paul Jaarsma is inspired by the many travels he made through the world.

The outer journeys deepen itself into images through which the inner journey also will be visible.
Travel together with Paul Jaarsma into a world of culture, wildlife, nature and spirituality, to eventualy come home into the Silence from which the Creation reveals itself.
Some images of culture and wildlife may be soon history if we do not respect the existence and diversity of those lifeforms.
De paintings of the fine painter Paul jaarsma could be called Imaginary Realism. The images are painted very realistic, but because of the composition of images and colours the paintings gain a deeper meaning. .
Paul jaarsma himself experiences the making of his paintings as passionate and timeless, despite the time consuming and realistic painting technique.

Atelier Paul Jaarsma Robbenoort 153 9976 VJ Lauwersoog The Netherlands Info: 0519-589811 (tel & fax)
  • mother africa
    Mother Africa
  • Dance of Life
    Dance of Life
  • celebration of life
    Celebration of life
  • kundalini awakening
    Kundalini awakening
  • brotherhood
    “Brotherhood”110x90cm, 2002

My last Artworks


Om Mani Padme Hum

“Om Mani Padme Hum”: oil on wood, 125 x 90 cm, 2001 Sold Giclées for sale; On canvas, edition 100x, original measurements: 1195, - euro On paper, edition 100x, 75% of original measurements: 595, - euro
Desert Fathers (oil on wood, 100x80 cm, 1998)

Desert Fathers (oil on wood, 100x80 cm, 1998) Original Sold Giclées available On canvas, edition 100 x, (original measurements) 995, - euro On paper, edition 100x, (original measurements) 495, - euro

"Realization": pencil, pastel (118x78 cm) Not for Sale Giclées available On paper (original measurements) 595, - euro
"Kundalini awakening

"Kundalini awakening", pencil, pastel, acryl, (112 x 82 cm) Not for Sale Giclées available On paper, edition 100x, (original measurements) 595,- euro

Nepal & India

The mountainous north of Nepal has eight of the world's ten tallest mountains,
. including the highest point on Earth, Mount Everest, called Sagarmatha,.
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