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Sint-Martens-Latem, Belgium

Sesbania, a Wildflower Fields painting

The relationship between humans and nature has become distant due to the industrialization of our society. We have become increasingly disconnected from our roots, relying on technology and convenience for our everyday needs. This has caused us to lose touch with the beauty and importance of nature. With his wildflower field paintings, Arne Quinze aims to display how astonishing mother nature can be and hopes to encourage the viewer to embrace nature back into their lives.

Sesbania Punicea, a Wildflower Fields painting, 200 x 160 cm, oil paint on canvas.

Sesbania Bispinosa, a Wildflower Fields painting, 200 x 160 cm, oil paint on canvas.

Lupine sculpture at Àmare, an art show at the Damse Vaart

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a Wildflower Fields painting

Fragaria Moschata

Arne Quinze does not portray a flower but the strength and fragility of his entire garden. Each...

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Lupine sculptures residing in the garden

Coulter — A Chroma Lupine

Another member of the Chroma Lupines, named after the 'Coulters Lupine' or Lupinus Sparsiflorus,...

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