After 10 years of watercolor accompanied by the most famous profess
ors, Alberte Lemmens’ work progressively moved on to acrylic and oil on canvas. First figurative, it very soon became more abstract allowing much more freedom for imagination and creativity. Inspiration mostly comes from nature, land and sea but also from urban scenes. Temporarily back to figurative for a series of sailing ships and half figurative for pictures of New-York or NY skyline. See: