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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium

Andrewsii, a Wildflower Fields painting

Arne Quinze expresses with his Wildflower Fields paintings, not perse the flowers he observes but the interaction between the transience and the robustness of his entire garden.

For the very first time, Arne Quinze also paints bushes next to his wildflowers. For the artist, painting bushes, recalled a childhood memory where he often hid in dense canopy. This gave him a sense of safety and protection. The bush offered him a hiding place, a space to escape from reality. This remains relevant in Arne Quinze's life. Nature still offers him a refuge from the high pressures imposed by society. β€œThe world today expects so much from us that you feel the need to escape everything sometimes.” Quinze can find that safe haven in nature, in his flower garden at home.

Andrewsii, a Wildflower Fields painting by Arne Quinze, 182 x 213 cm, oil paint on canvas.

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