Won·der·land | \ ˈwən-dər-ˌland , -lənd \ Definition of Wonderland an imaginary place created by David DeBusseré with clearblue lakes and elegant dragonflies, sandy beaches with big coconuttrees overlooking the ocean with big luminous flashy fish, fat brown cows grazing on the greenest meadows of the highest mountains, bamboo woods with lazy pandas, neon birds flying over baobab trees in the savanna, flapping butterflies on the most colorful flowers of the jungle, shiny green apples that crunch in your mouth, sunshine 365 days a year, no stress, no roads, no war, only love and happy people
David DeBusseré (born in Ghent in 1979) is a Belgian contemporary artist. From the urge of making beautiful things, he started painting and experimenting with paint, materials, and bright colors at the age of 18. Today he makes 2D paintings mostly inspired by daily encounters with nature.
In these paintings you can experience chaos or, on the contrary, complete structure; always using objects and textures. The use of fluorescent colors is inspired by the butterflies and birds that often return in his works. They both symbolize a colorful world that’s always in transition and that’s different every day.