AndroidArt Gallery for contemporary expressionist paintings: exposures, scapes and portraits

Are you looking for colorful, contemporary expressionist figurative paintings that really fits you? Be invited to my online AndroidArt Gallery!

As contemporary artist I know the importance of matching lifestyles, real emotions and roaming spiritualities. That’s what I try to do with an air of ambibuity. And that’s why I present myself as a exponent of Lifestyle Oriented Pop Art. I would say: let’s get along with Warhol, Lucian Freud, Hockney and Dumas, and seek the esthethics and ambiguity of exposures, androids, scenes and landscapes. Enjoy!

Of course, you are most welcome with commissions for portraits, modeling,  and land or city scapes.

  • Check-out: blogger Dorian d’Oliveira interviewing me in his blog post of March 13 (in Dutch)


Milan Roeterink is working for more than 25 years in Leyden Art Center Haagweg4. His painting isn’t really about ‘objects’, but primarily about paradox and ambiguity, Since 1978 Milan has been engaged in modeling and portrait painting. In 1986 he picked-up landscape painting. His painting is always ‘a la prima’ and ‘real-life’, i.e. in direct interaction with either his model, or light, atmosphere, smells, sounds, weather, elements, space. Milan had personal classes at Jan Willem Maronier’s for 22 years, and entertains close co-operation with various Leyden-based artists, like Frank Alblas, Lucienne Fabriek, Robin Akkerman, Fieke Weilers, Ricarda Zielonka.

In his post of March 13 the leading Leyden dandyesque blogger Dorian d’Oliveira has pictured the artist Milan Roeterink in an impressionist interview-like essay (in Dutch).  Delicate themes  like ambiguity, openess, vulnerability of exposure are discussed against the background of esthetic and philosophical considrations.