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New sculptures — Maruani Mercier, Brussels, Belgium


Lupines is a new series of medium-sized sculptures that embodies Arne Quinze’s research on the diversity of nature. The artist focuses on different questions in the evolution of anthropology through botany. The unbridled evolutionary force of plants to develop into a broad spectrum of diverse forms, structures and colours are the basis for Arne Quinze’s visual storytelling. My New Sculptures: Lupines series is the artists attempt to capture the power of nature and to shift our focus back to the importance of our relationship with nature.

In addition to the sculptures, Arne Quinze has been working obsessively on this giant work called The Twelve Months. It is an assemblage of all his research of nature from the past years. Each canvas represents his take on that month’s specific colour palette. Challenging himself to capture the true beauty and diversity of our precious nature.

Natural Chaos

Amazonia — Luxembourg

“I had the most baffling experiences during some hikes through the jungle. It is nature in its...

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Arne Quinze's garden hosts a series of Chroma Lupines

Mojave & Sparsiflorus — Chroma

Chroma Lupines, a new series of sculptures, have a monochromatic appearance but assimilate with...

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Wildflower Fields

The Summer Pheasant's Eye

A vibrant colourful canvas named after a small, orange wildflower, 'The Summer Pheasant's Eye'.

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