Visual art

Roche n°2- 2015

Ines Domange Haym


There is a coming and going between nature and abstraction, between recognizable and unrecognizable, between form and texture. Each piece is the echo of the previous one but they fit together like a puzzle. By encrypting the space of the assembly the spectator realizes that a new universe is emerging.

Acryl on canvas/ 40x30cm

Roche n°3- 2015

Ines Domange Haym


There is a coming and going between nature and abstraction, between recognizable and unrecognizable, between form and texture. Each piece is the echo of the previous one but they fit together like a puzzle. By encrypting the space of the assembly the spectator realizes that a new universe is emerging.

Acryl on canvas/ 40x30cm

Roche n°4- 2015

Ines Domange Haym


There is a coming and going between nature and abstraction, between recognizable and unrecognizable, between form and texture. Each piece is the echo of the previous one but they fit together like a puzzle. By encrypting the space of the assembly the spectator realizes that a new universe is emerging.

Acryl on canvas/ 80x60cm

Mononoké- 2015

Ines Domange Haym


She seeks in form what it is not, but rather what it can evoke.
The artist has a broad imaginary catalogue of forms created by herself. These forms are pretexts for an experiment with materials, associations, colours, and contours.
Fabric print

Spatial Mindscapes #1

Yiannis Pappas

Since Yiannis concretizes what is not there because it has either been or could become, his work can easily be misunderstood as nihilistic visualization. Essentially the serie, akin to reductionist and formalistic doctrines, portrays a phenomenological shift of subjectivity through an objective awareness of reality. It visually shows that meaninglessness, the presence of absence, grows out of dynamic interactions, the different lines delineated by the licht yellow planes, with a group of people on the one hand and that the lack of meaning, which is not or is invisible, is dialectically linked to the ever-developing, black and white surfaces understood as a connecting coherence, living space man. This is a pure aesthetic experience that implicitly refers to the formal purity of Mondrian and the geometric games of Malevich. Acryl on canvas/ 40x50cm

Spatial Mindscapes #2

Yiannis Pappas

SAMSUNG CSC


Since Yiannis concretizes what is not there because it has either been or could become, his work can easily be misunderstood as nihilistic visualization. Essentially the serie, akin to reductionist and formalistic doctrines, portrays a phenomenological shift of subjectivity through an objective awareness of reality. It visually shows that meaninglessness, the presence of absence, grows out of dynamic interactions, the different lines delineated by the licht yellow planes, with a group of people on the one hand and that the lack of meaning, which is not or is invisible, is dialectically linked to the ever-developing, black and white surfaces understood as a connecting coherence, living space man. This is a pure aesthetic experience that implicitly refers to the formal purity of Mondrian and the geometric games of Malevich.

Acryl on canvas/ 40x50cm

Spatial Mindscapes #1

Yiannis Pappas

SAMSUNG CSC


Since Yiannis concretizes what is not there because it has either been or could become, his work can easily be misunderstood as nihilistic visualization. Essentially the serie, akin to reductionist and formalistic doctrines, portrays a phenomenological shift of subjectivity through an objective awareness of reality. It visually shows that meaninglessness, the presence of absence, grows out of dynamic interactions, the different lines delineated by the licht yellow planes, with a group of people on the one hand and that the lack of meaning, which is not or is invisible, is dialectically linked to the ever-developing, black and white surfaces understood as a connecting coherence, living space man. This is a pure aesthetic experience that implicitly refers to the formal purity of Mondrian and the geometric games of Malevich.

Acryl on canvas/ 40x50cm

Untitled

Margherita Ianelli


By mirroring her ghostly, Native American like, figures she tricks the spectator in thinking that the act of mirroring, in spiritual symbolistic sense, reflects the truth, that what is. Actually her painting, infused by a thorough understanding of psychology, flips this symbolism on it’s head. Conceptually the mirrored image is the threshold between the conscious mind (being) and the unconscious mind (non-being or nothing). Her subtle and diversifying use of color or non-color, the wide spectrum of black and white shades, reaffirm the deceptive nature of reality and bear on an metaphysical debate over the reality, physical property, or non-reality, mere projection of the mind onto external objects, of color.

Acryl on canvas/ 80x60cm

C21

Amie Neri


Reduction and distortion of the background created by converting countless dark tones into different textures as feelings of desolation are reinforced by the absorption of the material of your projected fears, embodied in the empty figurative chairs, into a funnel-shaped plain of abstract emptiness or nothingness. When you immerse yourself in her painting you are in an intermediate, confrontational, phase: the phase between life, the figurative recognizable elements, and death, the abstract ignorant.The aesthetic, almost therapeutic, experience that results from this is the renunciation of your ego to the the moment in all its imperfection and elusiveness. In short, this incomprehensible experience has a relieving effect and makes a brief end to the act of thinking and suffering for nothing.

Acryl on canvas/ 20x60cm

Frivole fleetingness

Gregory Robin


His wavy unfinished brushstrokes underline that not what is represented is of importance but how you represent it. The exploration of his color palette not only indicate a fullness of life, carefully playing with lighter colors, but his darker, more serious tones, also imply the existential heaviness of life namely the refuting of nature's determinism. A frivole ode to the fleetingness of life, remind us that behind ugliness there could be beauty and that behind life there is a certain death.

Acryl on canvas/ 60x42cm

C35

Amie Neri


Reduction and distortion of the background created by converting countless dark tones into different textures as feelings of desolation are reinforced by the absorption of the material of your projected fears, embodied in the empty figurative chairs, into a funnel-shaped plain of abstract emptiness or nothingness. When you immerse yourself in her painting you are in an intermediate, confrontational, phase: the phase between life, the figurative recognizable elements, and death, the abstract ignorant.The aesthetic, almost therapeutic, experience that results from this is the renunciation of your ego to the the moment in all its imperfection and elusiveness. In short, this incomprehensible experience has a relieving effect and makes a brief end to the act of thinking and suffering for nothing.

Acryl on canvas/ 150x60cm

Lara

Camilo Toro


Camilo still believes, by focusing his attention on the expressive possibilities inherent in the medium of painting as such namely the relationship between the image plane and the image space, figuration and abstraction, form and colour, that painting has both something magical and something realistic to say. Especially in the exhibited work Eleonora he expands the form and content of the medium in a way that raises a number of questions about the ambiguous human condition, identity and the place of the individual in the world.The background of the painting is characterized by the absence of spatial depth, repetition of patterns and the flattening of perspective. When studying the apparently rusted Eleonora, the childish lady in the foreground, we notice that she exists in the cross field between expressive banality and a mysterious dreamy depth.

Acryl on canvas/ 50x42cm

Eleonora

Camilo Toro


Camilo still believes, by focusing his attention on the expressive possibilities inherent in the medium of painting as such namely the relationship between the image plane and the image space, figuration and abstraction, form and colour, that painting has both something magical and something realistic to say. Especially in the exhibited work Eleonora he expands the form and content of the medium in a way that raises a number of questions about the ambiguous human condition, identity and the place of the individual in the world.The background of the painting is characterized by the absence of spatial depth, repetition of patterns and the flattening of perspective. When studying the apparently rusted Eleonora, the childish lady in the foreground, we notice that she exists in the cross field between expressive banality and a mysterious dreamy depth.

Acryl on canvas/ 50x42cm

Collective realization

Jordan Mayhew


He brings each of the figures, corresponding to paternalistic alter egos as transient states of mind deriving their visual and linguistic identity from his projected responsibility as a being. A vigilant architect of his emptiness attempts to break out of this prison house of self-imposed commandments and wants to turn toward responsibility. But in that process he reassumes the very emptiness he wishes to put behind him. Therefore an allegory through his work, a sincere illustration and mental recapitulation of his and everyone’s conformity to societal norms, is that he thus deals with reflection and self-interrogation to eventually come to profound realizations of the collective self.

Acryl on canvas/ 80x60cm

Idiosyncratic Ciy

Pessigoisten


On the one hand, the different white lines and splashes symbolize the moments in life, ephemeral in nature, where the road seems clear and meaningful. The colour white in this work, in whatever form, are thus short reliefs in which she unconsciously experiences the natural flow of life. The massive black parts personify her inner conflict, the once I responsibly functioned in this liberal temple of concrete, and the psychological difficulties that result from it. The black rubbed crosses the straight white lines and then erases them with vigor.

Acryl on canvas/ 3x29,7x42cm

CEO

Merijn Verhelst


His method is etching his ideas in digital form and afterwards sensuous representing them on a canvas. His sci-fi figures seem to come straight out of a cartoon or a Marvel series. However, do not be fooled by the absurdist setting because his subjects’ emotions are recognizable. There is no script
Acryl on canvas/ 120x100cm

The silent counsel

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrea- lism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
oil on canvas
200x160cm

Suri- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 120x120cm

Little suri- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 70x100cm

Alte kopfstücke I

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke II

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke III

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke IV

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke V

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke VI

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Alte kopfstücke VIII

Luc Peiffer


The “Alte Kopfstücke” series are made of terracotta (glass globes) and evoke the feelings of melancholy and isolation frequently displayed by Alzheimer sufferers. While suffocating from a literal and figurative lack of air they move up into the emptiness until they are completely alienated from their own nature.

Terracota/ 40x18cm

Wazaa

Merijn Verhelst


His method is etching his ideas in digital form and afterwards sensuous representing them on a canvas. His sci-fi figures seem to come straight out of a cartoon or a Marvel series. However, do not be fooled by the absurdist setting because his subjects’ emotions are recognizable. There is no script
Acryl on canvas/ 180x120cm

Flying balls

Merijn Verhelst


His method is etching his ideas in digital form and afterwards sensuous representing them on a canvas. His sci-fi figures seem to come straight out of a cartoon or a Marvel series. However, do not be fooled by the absurdist setting because his subjects’ emotions are recognizable. There is no script
Acryl on canvas/ 140x100cm

Anapatu- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 80x100cm

Little anapatnu- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 40x40cm

Suspect

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Oil  on canvas / 140x80cm

Suspect noIII

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Pen and charcoal  on paper / 350x280mm (framed)

The writer

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Oil  on canvas / 25x25cm

What's behind the curtain

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Oil  on canvas / 150x100cm

Aztec bird- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 140x140cm

Imposition

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Pen and charcoal  on paper / 350x280mm (framed)

Imposing rock

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 100x70cm

Roots

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 80x120cm

Psychedelic rock

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 70x100cm

Engaging rock

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 40x60cm

3Drock

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 100x70cm

Moving rock II

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 100x70cm

Moving rock

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 70x100cm

Confrontation I

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Oil  on canvas / 50x50cm

Confrontation I

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Oil  on canvas / 50x50cm

Confrontation noIII

Julien Delagrange


His style, a blend of contemporary realism and surrealism, is defined by the contrast between the accentuated skin and flushed background colour. His frozen subjects, mostly anonymously portrayed, are in an unfolding sta- te of uneasiness and restlessness. His references to our contradictorily in-between position give the artworks an existential connotation.
Pen and charcoal  on paper / 350x280mm (framed)

A shitty day

Merijn Verhelst


His method is etching his ideas in digital form and afterwards sensuous representing them on a canvas. His sci-fi figures seem to come straight out of a cartoon or a Marvel series. However, do not be fooled by the absurdist setting because his subjects’ emotions are recognizable. There is no script
Acryl on canvas/ 80x60cm

Breezy

Merijn Verhelst


His method is etching his ideas in digital form and afterwards sensuous representing them on a canvas. His sci-fi figures seem to come straight out of a cartoon or a Marvel series. However, do not be fooled by the absurdist setting because his subjects’ emotions are recognizable. There is no script
Acryl on canvas/ 120x80cm

Origin

Hal Baskloft


The unity of the four elements is what constitutes and sustains our existence in this world. The spinning of the circular background  means that the world is in a perpetual flux but space remains incomprehensible eternal. The outcome of the spinning is as uncertain as the variety of fauna and flora. Is human life an accident? .                                                                                                     Mixed materials/ 160x160cm

Missing pieces

Merijn Verhelst


His method is etching his ideas in digital form and afterwards sensuous representing them on a canvas. His sci-fi figures seem to come straight out of a cartoon or a Marvel series. However, do not be fooled by the absurdist setting because his subjects’ emotions are recognizable. There is no script
Acryl on canvas/ 140x70cm

Estrelle- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 120x120cm

Little Estrelle- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 40x40cm

Bruxelles se resource (3)

Luc Peiffer

An unlimited series of small swimmer which have been abandoned on the edge of fountains in Brussels. This as a return to the purifying source in this city emotionally obliterated by the attack of March 22,2016. Their fate is a mystery. Synthetic plaster/ 18cm

Old Swimmer(8)

Luc Peiffer


The “Old Swimmer” series features small synthetic plaster heads gasping for air. Formalized in the midst of the swimming activity their expression is dynamic. This work could become an allegoric statement portraying the consequences of C02 on our environment.

Synthetic plaster/ varying

Untitled- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
100x150cm

Sapo- 2017

Emmanuelle De Prins


The paintings are inspired by Colombian art and, more specifically, the spiritual symbols of the Mapuche tribe. The dichotomy between these figurative symbols and the abstract back- ground artistically depict her congruence of personal connections of the past and perception of the present.

Mixed materials/ 100x100cm

Evil rock

Charlotte Lauwers


In the photos on display she stresses the reciprocal relationship between primordial elements. In an abstract way she zooms in on nature as a continuous process of constructing and dissolving and subsequently reconnecting. By capturing this eternal process she brings the different layers marked by time to life.
Printed on aluminum/ 80x120cm

Moving paper (5)

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ Varying

Moving paper I

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 125x80cm

Moving paper II

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 125x80cm

Moving paper III

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 35x55cm

Moving paper IV

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 35x55cm

Moving paper V

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ Varying

Do you have a moment I

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 80x125cm

Do you have a moment II

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 80x125cm

Do you have a moment III

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 80x125cm

Do you have a moment IV

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 80x125cm

Yellow I

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 120x80cm

Yellow II

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 120x80cm

Doesn't move (7)

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 120x80cm

Doesn't move I

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x40cm

Doesn't move II

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x40cm

Doesn't move III

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x95cm

Doesn't move IV

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x40cm

Doesn't move V

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x40cm

Doesn't move VI

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x40cm

Doesn't move VII

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 60x95cm

Always moves

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ varying

Always moves I

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 80x125cm

Always moves II

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 35x65cm

Always moves

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 80x125cm

Always moves IV

Emilia Verbeke


In the zeitgeist of a smartphone Emilia is keen to search for the right moment in which composition, light and subject blend. Capturing this exploration through analog photography results in pure and unprocessed photographs. She captured the tension between a snapshot and an image in motion.
Printed on plexiglass/ 35x65cm

Wave

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
60,96x50,8cm

Koi

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
30,48x30,48cm

Urchin

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
30,48x30,48cm

Levitate serie- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
90x120cm

Levitate serie- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
50x60cm

Levitate serie- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
50x60cm

Showcase- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, ink, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
75x115cm

4.4- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

The process of preparing for the installation comprising 4.4 tonnes of aluminium. 
UV Print on Aluminium 
A4
 4 editions

8.1- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Sick waste the light of our lives?
UV Print on Aluminium (Polaroid)
80x80cm
 4 editions

8.2- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Sick waste the light of our lives?
UV Print on Aluminium (Polaroid)
80x80cm
 4 editions

8.3- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Sick waste the light of our lives?
UV Print on Aluminium (Polaroid)
80x80cm
 4 editions

8.4- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Sick waste the light of our lives?
UV Print on Aluminium (Polaroid)
80x80cm
 4 editions

3.1.1- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment


UV Print on Aluminium
Triptych (3x3.1 x A4) 3 editions

3.1.2- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment


UV Print on Aluminium 
Triptych (3x3.1 x A4) 3 editions

3.1.3- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment


UV Print on Aluminium 
Triptych (3x3.1 x A4)3 editions

3.2.1- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Photo taken at the Galloo site, where aluminium is processed and recycled. 
UV Print on Aluminium 
Triptych (3 x 3.2 x A4) 3 editions

3.2.2- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Photograph taken at the Galloo site, where aluminium is processed and recycled. 
UV Print on Aluminium 
Triptych (3x3.2 x A4)3 editions

3.2.3- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

Photograph taken at the Galloo site, where aluminium s processed and recycled.
UV Print on Aluminium 
Triptych (3x3.2 x A4)3 editions

Apparition serie#1- 2016

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
30x30cm

Apparition serie#2- 2016

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
30x30cm

Apparition serie#3- 2016

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
30x30cm

5.1- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

UV Print on Aluminium 
A3
 4 editions

5.2- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment


UV Print on Aluminium 
A3
 4 editions

Untitled- 2016

Elise Guillaume/ Joachim Froment

The embodiment of life's fleeting moments, fragility and imperfection. 
Burned UV Print on Aluminium 
A3 Limited edition 

Double-headed eagle

Barbara O. Yglesias

An ode to Pre-Columbian art, where animals are traditionally associated with life and their deep spiritual meaning.
This painting is associated with a Shaman who turned into a bird so he could travel outside the world.

Sand and clay from the mountains, rivers and beaches of Costa Rica on canvas
25x25cmLimited edition

Libel

Barbara O. Yglesias

An ode to Pre-Columbian art, where animals are traditionally associated with life and their deep spiritual meaning.
This painting represents the wisdom of change and adaptation in life. It is usually associated with happiness, prosperity, harmony and peace.
Sand and clay from the mountains, rivers and beaches of Costa Rica on canvas.
25x25cmLimited edition 

 
 

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Healing Hand I

Barbara O. Yglesias

An ode to Pre-Columbian art, where animals are traditionally associated with life and their deep spiritual meaning.
This painting is associated with the protective force that has an influence on health. An inexhaustible source of energy.
Sand and clay from the rivers, mountains and beaches of Costa Rica on canvas 
25x25cmLimited edition

 
 

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Kanji

Barbara O. Yglesias 

Character for good health. The painting symbolises the stimulating effect on good health and resistance in life
Sand and clay from the rivers, mountains and beaches of Costa Rica on canvas
25x25cmLimited edition 

 
 

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Iguana

Barbara O. Yglesias

An ode to Pre-Columbian art, where animals are traditionally associated with life and their deep spiritual meaning.
This painting symbolises flexibility, exalted wisdom and resurrection. It is best known for its associations with dreams and becoming aware of our inner fears and desires. It stimulates the energy of change.
Sand and clay from the rivers, mountains and beaches in Costa Rica on canvas
25x25cmLimited edition

 
 

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Healing Hand II

Barbara O. Yglesias

An ode to Pre-Columbian art, where animals are traditionally associated with life and their deep spiritual meaning.
This painting symbolises energy that has an influence on health and predicts a full life.
The spiral represents eternal energy.
Sand and clay from the rivers, mountains and beaches of Costa Rica on canvas
25x25cmLimited edition 

 
 

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Captured- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, ink, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
60x80cm

Simul Décor#2- 2016

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Silkscreen, spraypaint, fabric stretched on canvas
66x70cm

Simul Décor- 2016

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
50x60cm

Mass- 2015

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, acryl, silkscreen on canvas
50x50cm

Décor- 2016

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
silkscreen on canvas
50x70cm

Untitled- 2017

Liselotte Polaris


The works of Pollaris are dealing with the idea that a space can appear as an illusion. Transparency and layers come forward as a metaphor for structures while the influence of simulations and flows enlighten the distance between perception and reality.
Oil, ink, silkscreen, fabric stretched on canvas
100x100cm

Prophecy- 2012

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
100x80cm

Source of great- 2015

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
120x80cm

Suspension bridge- 2012

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
65x80cm

Rhapsody- 2017

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
80x120cm

Un attempt to understand- 1999

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
100x80cm

A dream- 2017

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
120x40cm

Wise my happiness- 2017

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
100x80cm

Dance- 2015

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
150x100cm

Wortex- 2016

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
90x70cm

Friendship with the wind- 2015

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
46x38cm

Leap- 2016

Aisté Jurgilaté


The background is abstract but the foreground is realistic with depictions of a human silhouette, a bridge, a village,… Her work is marked by calm colors and contrasts between tranquility and movement. They all express the human condition: thoughts, feelings and contradictions.
acrylic on canvas
120x80cm

Dancing blue

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
76,2x121,92cm

Close look at feather

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
121,92x91,44cm

In the ocean I found you

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
121,92x91,44cm

Hawaian Sea turtle

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
30,48x30,48cm

Wave two size 

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
76,2x101,6cm

Hawaiian moon

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
60,96x60,96cm

Set of waves

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
101,6x76,2cm

Wave II

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
101,6x76,2cm

Tree inspired by Van Gogh

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
71,12x55,88cm

The Seattle Arboretum

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
40,64x50,8cm

Up in a tree

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
116,84x91,44cm

Lost in Kansas 

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
60,96x91,44cm

Aggressive rainbow

Jenna Wellein


Her paintings are characterized by her use of vivid, bold colors and aggressive texture. Focusing on specific subjects, they convey exuberant movement, depth, and light through oil, acrylic, heavy gel, and other mixed media. Jenna primarily uses a palette knife to create the three-dimensional style of her current work.
acrylic, heavy gel, mixed media on canvas
121,92x91,44cm

Roche n°1- 2015

Ines Domange Haym


There is a coming and going between nature and abstraction, between recognizable and unrecognizable, between form and texture. Each piece is the echo of the previous one but they fit together like a puzzle. By encrypting the space of the assembly the spectator realizes that a new universe is emerging.

Acryl on canvas/ 55x46cm

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