The stories from these cities and neighbourhoods are translated into paintings and portraits in the style of Vermeer. Randolph and Gabriëlle do not pretend to be a Vermeer, but like to be inspired by the master of light. There is philosophizing about what it would be like if Vermeer had lived in Friesland. What cityscapes would he have painted? What women, men and children would he have portrayed? They will work on these special questions as artists. A total of eleven paintings are made: Randolph made five cityscapes, Gabriëlle five portraits and one work of both artists together.