Acrylic on painting by Charlotte Vindevoghel With a passion for color, Charlotte Vindevoghel likes to build and deconstruct and transcend the color. The artist accumulates the light, the cloudiness, giving to the painting the essential: mystery and dream.

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Acrylic on painting by Charlotte Vindevoghel With a passion for color, Charlotte Vindevoghel likes to build and deconstruct and transcend the color. The artist accumulates the light, the cloudiness, giving to the painting the essential: mystery and dream.

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About Charlotte Vindevoghel

With a passion for color, Charlotte Vindevoghel likes to build and deconstruct and transcend the color. The artist accumulates the light, the cloudiness, giving to the painting the essential: mystery and dream.

IMG Charlotte Vindevoghel Abstract painting blue alexia werrie art gallery tervuren brussels belgium
Charlotte Vindevoghel loves warm colors. Red and brown cadences with rare white tremors. Red, the color of life. The finesse of the colors, applied layer by layer, develop mysterious depths within her paintings. By a superposition of veils and transparency, Charlotte Vindevoghel combines the red color into infinite intense and luminous variations. Memories of travels, her painting is structured in thought and gesture, in instinct and expression. And a constant search for an inseparable energy of the whole.  
Charlotte Vindevoghel was born in Belgium in 1953. She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Belgium, France, Ireland, Luxembourg, Italy and Switzerland. She graduated from the National School of Architecture and Visual Arts of La Cambre in 1977 and painting teacher since 1984.

Exhibitions

2002

Kunstgalerij Thomas, Liedekerke,Belgique

2003

Galerie Mas, Kalmthout, BelgiqueGalerie 2016 & Mira, Bxl, Belgique

2004

Galerie Alain Beciani, Charleroi,Belgique
Galerie 2016, Maison des Arcades, Neuchâtel, Suisse Galerie 2016 & Mira,Bxl, Belgique

2005

Galerie Winance-Sabbe, Tournai,Belgique

2006

Galerie Alain Beciani, Charleroi,Belgique Galerie 2016 & Mira, Bxl, Belgique

Rive Gauche, galerie d’artcontemporain, Namur, Belgique

2007

Galerie 2016, Maison des Arcades,Neuchâtel, Suisse

2008

Rive Gauche, galerie d’art contemporain,
Namur, Belgique
Galerie 2016, Maison des Arcades, Neuchâtel, Suisse

2010

Galerie 2016 & Mira, Bxl,Belgique Galerie Alain Beciani, Charleroi

2011

Rive Gauche, galerie d’artcontemporain, Namur, Belgique

2013

Galerie 2016 & Mira, Bxl, Belgique

2017

Galerie Faider, Bruxelles, Belgique

2018

DuoCharlotte Vindevoghel & Antonio Lampecco, Alexia Werrie Gallery, Tervuren

Ethnic,Alexia Werrie Gallery, Tervuren

Brafa,Galerie

2019

Africa,Alexia Werrie Gallery, Tervuren

Brafa,Galerie

Width
 cm.
Height
100
 cm.
Weight
 g.
Material
Acrylic on Canvas
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