The workshop of Marc Mulders (1958) is a stable in the middle of a field full of wild flowers. Painting in the doorway the bees buzz and the butterflies are fluttering around his donkey. Mulders calls his garden "my own private Giverny" a reference to the famous gardens of Claude Monet, a great example for him. In his pasty almost abstract oil paintings, he follows the course of nature around him: "In the spring and summer I sniff the scents, and in the autumn I paint my head with the echo of that floral splendor. I am driven by the desire for the new flowers that will arise in my field "says Mulders.