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Wildflower Field paintings — Atelier, Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium

Oil paint — Sky & Yellows

Sky & Yellows, oil paint on canvas with solid oak frame

Many wildflowers have stripes, dots, and other bright markings that act like “run-way landing lights” for airplanes. They help guide the pollinator into the part of the flower that has the sweet nectar, the reward for pollen transfer. Brightly coloured wildflowers do not waste any energy producing fragrances to attract their pollinators. The honeybee sees the bright orange of butterfly weed much differently than we do because they see it in ultraviolet color.

Wildflower Fields, Oil paint, Sky, Arne Quinze 2019, oil paint on canvas, solid oak frame, cm x cm

Wildflower Fields, Oil paint, Yellows, Arne Quinze 2019, oil paint on canvas, solid oak frame, cm x cm

Public Art Installation


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Swiss Alps solo exhibition

My Secret Garden — Gstaad

This solo show opened in February 2019, with lots of new paintings and sculptures. The Patricia...

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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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