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Lupine sculpture — Atelier, Belgium


Part of a series of medium-sized sculptures by Arne Quinze: "the sculpture came into being after my numerous personal encounters with the unbridled beauty of nature. They symbolise my reflection on todays growing differences between the diversity of nature and the ongoing expansion of monotone cities. While continuously unraveling the physical processes of complex demographies they react to all impulses in order to keep equilibrium. Resulting in a play of attraction and rejection that shapes the organic forms and electric bright colours. At first glance they seem vulnerable, but they will persist a vigour dialogue just like nature."

2m - 2,4m H

aluminium, acryl (Golden), on oak (300y-old French) or aluminium base

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