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Posted by on Jan 16, 2014 in Adults, Blog, Categories (1), Installation | 3 comments

Arne Quinze’s Wood Installations.

Arne Quinze’s Wood Installations.

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I love Arne Quinze‘s work and I also admire his personal story. Wouldn’t you like to experience one of these installations in person?

“The 41-year-old artist has carved out a unique place for himself with his dazzling installations, which straddle the worlds of design, art and architecture… This is astonishing given that Quinze is a self- taught artist who, at the age of 15, was living on the streets of Brussels. As a young graffiti artist in the ’80s, using his environment as inspiration enabled him to work on a large scale and share his work with countless passers-by. “I really liked to share what I did in the subway or the train station. This was an important facet of the work for me,” he explains. “I liked that you could give something back to the community and share your art piece.”- From Post-ism

You can visit Quinze’s blog to learn about his latest projects and like his Facebook page for updates.

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3 Comments

  1. dear Elsita,

    How have you developed the habit and discipline of art? What are your rituals that help you to prioritize creativity?

    Thank you for all the beauty you are putting in the world through your art and blog!

    • Thanks a lot, Michelle!

      Regarding the habit and discipline of art: I made it part of my daily routine, just like brushing my teeth in the morning. Once you develop a habit, it is hard to stop it. I once read that it takes about 30 days to create a new habit.

      And about the rituals that help me prioritize creativity: The ritual is creating art itself. The more you enjoy something, the more you want to go back to it.
      Elsa Mora recently posted..Arne Quinze’s Wood Installations.My Profile

      • you are certainly an inspiration to me Elsa! ;o)

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