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My paintings at Galerie Pugliese Levi’s group exhibition almost nothing are a tribute to the Danish winter light.
The organic shapes and forms are abstract impressions of ice crystals close-ups, of withered and frozen plants. The non-colour scheme of various shades of whites (and all the subtle shades in-between grey and white) is meant to illustrate the impression you get when you walk through a snowy landscape, that there is almost no colour, almost nothing, but at a closer look you’ll notice all the tiny little details.

Birgitte Lund, 2019

My paintings at Galerie Pugliese Levi’s group exhibition almost nothing are a tribute to the Danish winter light.
The organic shapes and forms are abstract impressions of ice crystals close-ups, of withered and frozen plants. The non-colour scheme of various shades of whites (and all the subtle shades in-between grey and white) is meant to illustrate the impression you get when you walk through a snowy landscape, that there is almost no colour, almost nothing, but at a closer look you’ll notice all the tiny little details.

Birgitte Lund, 2019