Inge Vandormael

Inge Vandormael sticks to a simple color palette; black, white, red and silver for drawings, muted autumnal tones for watercolor. But the symbolism in her work is profound.

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Much of her older work was inspired by Eastern religion, myth and philosophy. Clearly influenced by nature and the beautiful structure within the ephemeral cycles of life and death, her newer works delve into alchemical and sacred geometry.

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Inge Vandormael

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2 Responses to “Inge Vandormael”

  1. humanity777 Says:

    Don’t butterflies belong in the stomach? : )

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