Lot 28A: Hilde DeBruyne - Wabi Sabi
by Accessible Art Fair
November 3, 2016
Brussels, BE, Belgium
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Hilde DeBruyne possesses the innate ability to transform clay into timeless works of art. The daughter of sculptor Paul DeBruyne, her childhood home was a museum of artifacts spanning the globe from African masks to remnants of Gothic cathedrals. And so she developed her love for meaningful and beautiful things.
She studied Art History and Archeology at the University of Ghent. It became her passion. Her rather abstract works reflect nature and the authenticity of the cycle of life. Fragments of the feminine form emerge inspired by the simple and organic features of rock formations, pebbles, and weathered wood. The essence of her work is felt in the touch and texture.
Artist or Maker: Hilde DeBruyne