"When I'm walking in town I see lights and shadows, reflections and movements. In my paintings I can find rest and satisfaction in this chaos."
Already as a child Titus Meeuws was impressed by the French and Russian Impressionists and the way they caught light and live in paint. During his study at the academy in The Hague he used to work on oil paintings. When Titus was asked to create watercolour works, he discovered the adventure of playing with water and pigments. The simplicity and primitive character of this medium then became a daily temptation.