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The Perfection of Imperfection, Paintings

Hanne’s first solo show, The Perfection of Imperfection, was a celebration of the extemporaneous and explosive nature of pure artistic creativity and the unexpected beauty of art in its imperfect, raw, unfinished state. It consisted of large tapestry-like paintings on unstretched canvases, as well as etchings and lithographs, at times revealing her attraction to such disparate sources as early medieval art and the masterful latter-day trinity of Henry Matisse, Raoul Dufy and Jean Dubuffet. Thanks to Hanne’s joyous application of color and the vibrant energy and droll humor of her work, a feeling of joie de vivre seemed to erupt from her art and permeate the gallery, leaving many visitors with an unmistakable sense of exuberance.

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