Husk Gallery is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Brussels with Pascale Lorge. The Belgian artist literally brings the wild nature into the gallery space to set our senses alight for the ephemeral beauty and the beneficence of nature. The exhibition features original works with assemblages of dried flowers and plants, as well as prints on fine art paper.
Pascale Lorge’s art works seem rather unusual in light of the simplicity of their materials. Her work evolves through her direct contact with nature and it is here that she finds materials such as flowers and leaves, sea weeds and seeds which are used to create her assemblages on paper and prints. Nature and beauty are the major themes of her works on paper. This is a result of her daily walks in the fields and woods in her surrounding, or her travels abroad. These walks show her that the world is a tremendous compilation and variation of elements, in shapes, colors, materials, sizes, chiaroscuro, sounds and smells. Back in her studio, she uses her gatherings to create works that can bring us all back to the enchantment she experienced during these moments, surrounded by nature.
Opening Weekend Saturday 8 and Sunday 9 May from 2 to 7 pm
Gallery opening hours:
Thursday-Friday-Saturday > 1 to 6 pm or by appointment
Finissage Sunday 6 June from 2 to 6 pm in the presence of the artist