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Wannegem-Lede, Belgium

Chameleon Lupine at Pass

Arne Quinze creates with various unique elegant forms and the connections between nature and the surrounding area. The Chameleon Lupine is an organic representation of the artist’s envision of the lupine flower and an ode to nature’s diversity. This prototype was created in its entirety by the artist and his team in Belgium.

The sculpture is on view until 14 October at Pass, an open-air event for contemporary art in the Flemish Ardennes.

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