All Ronald's works start with an initial design as simple as a sketch. Once he starts building, he uses the highest grade of stainless steel, which is type 3.16. After the first pieces have been cut, he welds the parts together and creates the shape of the sculpture. He does all the rough parts himself. It gives him the possibility to create the exact shape he has in mind. He builds sculptures as elements of positive energy on their surrounding. He explores lines, balance, gravity, finishing and new technics. His art today is the convergence of his experiences of living around the world from his earliest years.
Ronald built the sculptures in collaboration with the famous architect Daniel Libeskind and Siemens, for world expo 2015 in Milan, always works well. These four, 10m high sculptures are replaced to Germany - Munich, Berlin, Erlangen and one of them will go back to Milan this year. Ronald is also very proud with the assignment for the national mh17 memorial (Malaysian airlines flight mh17 was a scheduled international flight from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur that was shot down on 17 July 2014, killing 298 passengers on board), the memorial will be opened near by Schiphol airport on 17 July 2017. The building process is already started.