Painter, ° 1959http://www.inelammers.com/
Works and lives in Kessel-Lo (BE). When the artist talks about her own work, she says that every painting is a self-portrait, each piece is an offshoot of herself and tells us something about the various ways her research.
As she writes on her website: “Dualities are omnipresent in my work. Looking for harmony in simplicity, provoking tactile dialogues, creating from not knowing, or rather from intuitive knowing… The mystique of ordinary things, the fleeting nature of beauty. I like to create a kind of tension by uniting the decay of nature with human intervention. The result is a form of sublimation, an appreciation, respect for what was and is now. Natural and manufactured elements are brought together while attention is paid to the harmony of the apparent extremes, going beyond the obvious.”