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Interview With Emerging Painter Sabine Frömmer: Master Of The Sea & Black Forests

If you look through the paintings of a Belgian-based artist Sabine Frömmer, you’ll quickly realize that her work can be described as poetic. There’s absolutely no doubt that her landscapes, full of metaphysical themes, are visual poetry; they’re emotionally resounding, and provoke viewers to decode the poetic messages hidden in her visual motifs, like her use of water and trees, for example. However, is there really something to decode, or does this artist avoid symbolism all together? The painter, who currently resides in Herent, Belgium, began to pursue landscape paintingRead More


Hasselt-Based Artist Jeroen Boogaerts Creates ‘Lampofoons’ Out Of Waste

He was ‘eco-friendly’ long before sustainable culture turned into a trend. He creates fascinating structures from unconventional materials such as old telephones, wood waste and different kinds of city junk. Meet the Belgian artist and designer Jeroen Boogaerts, whose extraordinary and inventive artworks have caught people’s attention and surprised with countless nostalgic references and artistic imagination. BODEGAZ – second life to city waste The smell of fresh-cut wood hangs in the air. The aroma of something new that is coming into the world. The scent of a dream being realized.Read More


Feelings in Stills and Poetryscapes by Belgian Photographer Anuschka Theunissen

“Nothing lasts… not fame, not fortune, not your life… be nice”. Such is the belief, as written in her 2015 facebook post, of Anuschka Theunissen, a Belgian photographer who creates her inimitable photographs and moving images, accurately detecting short-lasting moments of life: be it happiness or compassion, grief or joy. Midnights in Tongeren – poetryscapes of the oldest town of Belgium It is not by chance that the oldest town of Belgium, Tongeren, was chosen for Anuschka’s first photo exposition. Tongeren is her hometown, where she knows every stone of everyRead More