This image shows an old jetty that can no longer be used because time has warped it so much. In the past, the sugar cane barrels used to flow over it onto the trading ships to Europe.  This piece was made with acrylic, gouache, watercolor, pen, and ink on heavyweight paper and will need a frame for display.

- Hano Dercksen

Old Jetty, Salvador

Acrylic, Gouache, Watercolor, Ink, Pen on paper

Signed on front

8.2" h x 11.6" w 
0 lbs. 0 oz.



Hano Dercksen
Moncton, Canada

Getting to Know Hano

Over the course of his creative life, Hano has experimented with different styles, subjects, and media. For many years, he could never quite locate his signature style. “I was forever feeling like my artistic voice was on the tip of my tongue,” says the artist. “The defining moment in my life as an artist was finally feeling happy with the art I was creating.” Hano’s current body of work, which is primarily mixed media on paper, can be described as stylized realism with heavy graphic influences. He is inspired by comic books and graphic novels, but also interested in Impressionism and scenes of daily life, all of which come across in his work, at times simultaneously. Developing this portfolio has been a major source of motivation for Hano: “I have now found the path, finally. Now I need to walk it.”