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Monocerotids, a Wildflower Fields painting

Quinze finds solace and inspiration in his wildflower garden amid today's social detachment due to monocultural behavior. This living laboratory of biodiversity lets him observe nature's evolving architecture through the seasons, from sprouts to decay, unveiling a captivating yearly cycle that profoundly inspires Quinze. After having studied these complex dynamics of the natural world, he incorporates it into his artworks.

Recently, the artist started adding extraterrestrial elements into his work. These serve as metaphors, reminding us of the fragility and rarity of life across the universe. Our behavior as aliens resembles that of harmful intruders, undermining the very diversity of Earth that we should cherish. As beings endowed with remarkable intelligence, we should strive not for a monoculture but for a flourishing, diverse world.

Monocerotids, a Wildflower Fields painting by Arne Quinze, 200 x 600 cm, oil paint on canvas.

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