Nederlandse versie

Visual Artist

Hanna van Doornum’s paintings present more or less self-standing compositions of different (mostly natural) forms like (parts of) plants, (water) animals, grass, sprigs, shells etc. These compositions typically display an imaginary landscape. A central facet in her paintings is the repetition and regularity of (abstract) forms.
At the background there are the questions whether the created world exist under or above water and which function men has in it.