Painted on Hahnemühle post cards, the first small watercolour paintings show cozy close-ups of culinary moments. Dishes, ingredients, flavors, textures, in 4 by 6 inches paintings. Some of them are still available, if you are interested in buying them.
In opposition to the Post Card paintings, the food themed watercolours between the Prosciutto with Broad Beans and the Bell Peppers are quite large: 75 by 55 cm (29 by 21 inches), paited over Arches paper.
The last 5 small watercolours (21x15cm) were painted for an exhibit in Sáo Paulo, Brazil, in 2011, called Projeto Passepartout. They were later digitized and sold as reproductions of a limited series.