Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation GT1, 2001, acryl-casein paint on wood, 244 x 154 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation GT2, 2001, acryl-casein paint on wood, 244 x 154 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation GT4, 2001, acryl-casein paint on wood, 244 x 154 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation (Alaya 1), 2004, wood, paint, 63 x 56 x 45 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation (Grow out of trouble), 2003, wood, paint, 200 x 27 x 23 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation (Alaya 2), 2003, wood, paint, 50 x 57 x 47 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation (Listen to the sound of the universe), 2003, polyester, acryl-casein paint on wood, paper, 103 x 70 cm

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation 2001-2005

Guy Baekelmans
Guy Baekelmans

Gates of transformation (In - fusion), 2003, polyester, acryl-casein paint on wood, tea bags, 103 x 70 cm

Gates of transformation (2001-2005)

Big, layered, panels standing against the wall. I consider them as gates and passageways to other dimensions and levels of development. The small sculptures as storage depots, granaries of the subconscious, are intuitive sources of inspiration.