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Quadrantids, a Wildflower Fields painting

Quadrantids depicts not perse the flowers of Arne Quinze’s wildflower garden but rather the duality between the robustness and the transience of his entire garden. In addition, a glimpse of the artist’s new extraterrestrial narrative now lurks for the first time. Next to the vivid flower carpet, traces of something extraterrestrial now appear. A meteorite descended on the earth and took with it the alien DNA of man. Aliens, aka humankind, have been conquering the earth ever since by pouring concrete on top of forests and by building four walls everywhere they set foot. Quinze want to counter this occurrence. He wants to reconnect spectators with their earthly roots by showing them the endless beauty of nature.

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

a Wildflower Fields painting


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