I discovered the architectural paintings of Netherlands-based artist Cécile van Hanja on Saatchi Online and was instantly drawn to the way she recreates each facade, focusing on color and abstraction. Her paintings evoke a sense of calm, a feeling of being alone and at peace. I like how she avoids detail and instead concentrates on the relationship between shape and space.
Architectural Paintings by Cécile van Hanja
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