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Welcome to the International Art Exhibition
See you in 2024 in a renewed garden with new artists, new artworks around the theme 'Water ...'
We adapt the exhibition and garden concepts, we restore the garden after tens of thousands of visitors, so until the next edition.

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Glass artists

Ale Moshenek

Amber Hiscott

B. Jane Cowie

Captain Bebop & B-Art

Charlotte-Sophie Chicot-Messenger

Daniël Olislaegers

Danny Beinsberger

Emma Butler-Cole Aiken

Emma White

Florence Ruzicka

Gundula Menking

Helen Hancock

Helen Twigge-Molecey

Hendrike Huijsmans

Irene van der Does de Bye

Jan Falta

Jean-François Constant

Jessie Lee

Julie Coakley

Kati Kerstna

Laurie Sheridan

Marc Hadermann

Marc-Paja Hadermann-Van Dyck

Marije Gies

Marja Steinmetz

Paja Van Dyck

Sarah Stuchfield

Yaron Meyer

Yasin Jamali


Other artists

Abou Sidibé

Adje Martens

Alameezo

Anmarie Léon

Ann Geirnaerdt

Anne de Labouret

Art Sanctuary

Bettina Silverio

Brigitte de Callataÿ

Catherine Millet

Chris Engels

Christian Delory

Christien Dutoit

Christoph Goldberg

Cor de Ree

Daniella Rubinovitz

Duométis

Ellen Rijsdorp

Elya Yalonetski

Eveline Bekkering

Evelyn Hamoir

Guy Deltour

Hans Koenen

Hedwig Du Jardin

Hella Meyer-Alber

Heren4

Hermien Buytendijk

Jack van Iwaarden de Vreede

Janneke Bruines

Jean de la Kethulle

Jean-Luc Absil

Joël Sadaune

Lebuïn D'Haese

Leen Kessels

Lei Hannen

Lieuwke Loth

Loes Knoben

Louis 2 Verdal

Ludo Giels

Luk Luts

Lut De Baere

Mag Vermeiren

Marianne Ouwendijk

Marie Thys

MUSIC BEER FOUNDATION

Nele Schildermans

Peter Adams

Philippe Nicodème

Plaids en Shawls

Roland Menten

Roos Mannaerts

Stanwood Wind Sculptures

Stella Marquet

Steve Hubback

Tim Roosen

Tone Aanderaa

Toni Kanwa Adikusumah

Véronique Kalitventzeff

Will Schropp

Willy Peeters

Woodstock chimes

Xavier Dumont

Ale Moshenek - Paccha Princess (Glass, Metal)


Name Ale Moshenek
Artwork title Paccha Princess (Glass, Metal)
Catalogue Price 5.820 EUR
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Description Main idea of Paccha Princess:
This line of sculptures was originally made of metal or acrylic torsos and glass skirts.

They were created from the concept of female warriors from various moments in history. I incorporate this idea in this new version of the sculpture based on the myth of Paccha warrior woman and queen of the Shyri people of the native cultures of Ecuador.

Paccha Duchicela Shyri XVI (Puruhá) Daughter of the cacique Cacha Duchicela Shryri XV. Upon the death of her father, she was the heir and legitimate sovereign of the Kingdom of Quito. She was the mother of Atahualpa, the last king of the Incas.

The myth tells the story that when she died her heart became a green emerald, and it was buried somewhere in Quito. So the heart in the sculpture and the feathers will have shades of green and gold to hint at Paccha's emerald heart.

The mechanism to make the heart beat will be inside the torso too. Having the drum making a beating sound from within the sculpture. Using the humidity from the air to move it which will reflect the forest's heartbeat. This way, when the forest is humid it beats faster and when the air is dry it beats slowly.
Making all the mechanisms smaller and easier to ship. The connections are all inside the sculpture and the humidity meter will be in the central tube.

This line of sculptures were developed to be exported to different countries, so they are easily dismantled and assembled. They are not fragile and are packed in a single cardboard box.

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