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Sabine Danzé’s Art Will Pull You InSabine Danzé creates art that...

Sabine Danzé’s Art Will Pull You In

Sabine Danzé creates art that is magnetic and intense.   Her works are large – in real life her portraits are over 5 feet tall.  Even on monitors their intensity is hard to look away from.  Sabine is also a performance artist and DJ.  It is easy to imagine that she is just as intense in her performances.  Visit her Facebook Page to keep up with her performance schedule.

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