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a Wildflower Fields painting — Atelier, Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium

Fragaria Moschata

Arne Quinze does not portray a flower but the strength and fragility of his entire garden. Each painting is a pure feeling that the garden gives him, a vivid moment he wants to capture. Before Arne Quinze begins to paint, he makes a long intriguing and unpredictable journey through his self-planted garden, and with that gut feeling he starts to paint. The artist tries to capture the foliage journey and the amazement he experiences in his transformative garden on his canvas.

Fragaria Moschata, a Wildflower Fields painting, 200 x 140 cm, oil on canvas

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