Wee Flowers about this exhibition “On a rainy November night one year ago the phone rang in the salon. There was a notary of the chancellery Rutton, Blackminster & Tromp Limited from London who would like to speak to me about an inheritance.
He told me tender-heartedly, that I was now the heiress to the Otterbourne Mansion in London, a formerly charming estate that is currently in a rather unfortunate condition. Urgently needed is the repair of the roof.
After I had seen my house, and found only a few sellable – fairly curious – objects in the attic, hardly enough to pay the reparation, I decided to paint portraits of my family in order to put them up for sale in this exhibition.“