As she made them after pictures she took in the country with a non-professional camera, the remembrances have had their filters already.
Duivenvoorden’s way of drawing recreates a kind of remembrance in which especially the light and dark play an almost magical role.
With her colour pencils the dark becomes glowing, as the blue does.
The works are still on show this weekend (i was a bit late visiting the exhibition) so hurry to go and see them, some of them are real gems!
Duivenvoorden’s wintery Nordic landscapes are well presented in the gallery, under the guard of Ignace Cami’s Flemish lion.