Midnight by Sabine Leclercq Haanes CHF1,100.00
Sonata by Sabine Leclercq Haanes CHF1,900.00

In Shadow, I wanted to capture all those feelings and concepts which shadows can transmit, many which are contradictory– sequence, connections, duplicity, contrasts, bold, clear, light and mystery. I kept the main part of the canvas black. It serves as my dramatic backdrop, the host to where my light colors are projected, shades that produce a soothing silhouette. I used white, grey, olive, brown, beige and other tones to provide an image of light being blocked. Shadows can be complex and multi-colored, and this is what I sought to paint, a sfumato or chiaroscuro play of complicated dark and light, opposites, yet terribly connected and interdependent. In the end, the shadow took over the canvas.

Styles: Modern Abstract contemporary

Acrylic Spray Paint, Ink on Canvas 100 x 80 x 6 cm – Framed

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CHF1,750.00

Fascinated by the power of colors and painting as an expression of freedom and happiness, Sabine Leclercq Haanæs is a Belgian artist who felt the need to paint to visually represent what she felt more than ten years ago.

Contrary to the rigor of her education and her professional experiences, Sabine’s works translate freedom and spontaneity, mixing nuances and textures in an agile quest for aesthetics and emotion. She paints to express herself and likes to make different materials work together harmoniously. She refuses to limit her creation to a single type of paint or tool and uses multiple and non-traditional materials and techniques. His inspiration comes from the contrast of environments, impulsive impressions and his unique interpretation of color.

Sabine paints on large canvases with a wide range of materials, including acrylic paints, natural pigments, inks, sprays and tools such as spatulas, sponges or scrapers. She plays on the interaction of these materials by combining shades and transparency with a wide range of colors to create a free and energetic art. His works have been exhibited and sold in Norway and Switzerland and are part of private collections throughout Europe.

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