Through her paintings, the artist Catherine van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie unveils her universe tinged with depth and light drawn from the central lands of Africa. Catherine van Pottelsberghe spent childhood and you thin Katanga. There, she developed her first plaster workshops, her first drawings, her first three-dimensional research in stones, pigments, oil and clays. Katanga's geological universe and colors inspire her with a passion for stone and minerals, geology and by extension metallurgy. The combined action of a legion in Kolwezi slices this life under the sun very sharply, pruning all the branches of the tree, down to the last leaf, nothing remains ... the trunk uprooted plunges as best they can into the icy ground of a leaden Belgian winter.

Catherine van Pottelsberghe I Orange Sun

Through her paintings, the artist Catherine van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie unveils her universe tinged with depth and light drawn from the central lands of Africa. Catherine van Pottelsberghe spent childhood and you thin Katanga. There, she developed her first plaster workshops, her first drawings, her first three-dimensional research in stones, pigments, oil and clays. Katanga's geological universe and colors inspire her with a passion for stone and minerals, geology and by extension metallurgy. The combined action of a legion in Kolwezi slices this life under the sun very sharply, pruning all the branches of the tree, down to the last leaf, nothing remains ... the trunk uprooted plunges as best they can into the icy ground of a leaden Belgian winter.

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ABOUT CATHERINE VAN POTTELSBERGHE 

Through her paintings, the artist Catherine van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie unveils her universe tinged with depth and light drawn from the central lands of Africa. Catherine van Pottelsberghe spent childhood and you thin Katanga. There, she developed her first plaster workshops, her first drawings, her first three-dimensional research in stones, pigments, oil and clays. Katanga's geological universe and colors inspire her with a passion for stone and minerals, geology and by extension metallurgy. The combined action of a legion in Kolwezi slices this life under the sun very sharply, pruning all the branches of the tree, down to the last leaf, nothing remains ... the trunk uprooted plunges as best they can into the icy ground of a leaden Belgian winter.

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150
 cm.
Height
150
 cm.
Weight
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