Stanley Verhegge is a visual artist whose work descends from his close environmental experiences.By using screenprinting he augments photographs into paintings and mixed-media installations. His works have a resemblance to nature and texture in their own peculiar way. By combining and deconstructing source material he reproduces visual memories. Using bold ways of layered printing these resemblances get manipulated. Collecting and collaging the residu and noise he attempts to reproduce photographic images as how dreams would be perceived. The visual rust collides into new representations that remain fluid to the viewer.