In 2003, I was happy to be part of an international group of seven women. All were coming from scientific fields such as theology, philosophy, and anthropology. Together, we visited Myanmar for two weeks, just in between civil wars.

We stayed at a nunnery in the North, in Sagaiing. From there, we traveled through the country with busses, led and shielded by the nuns. They showed us the impressive landscape, beautiful nature, and unknown locations.

This drawing shows the broad river Irrawaddy. From sunrise to sunset, the beauty of the Irrawaddy is incredible.

2003, Drawing, Felt Pen, on orange Paper, 34,5×24,5 cm
with frame: 40×30 cm