At a Glance: Landscape & Memory
Memories of place and experience transform into combinations of symbolized patterns, artificial colors, and the natural landscape. Patterns mimic the land that constantly interrupts any rhythmic movement through it. Cutting away from the surface physically disrupts; corresponding to lost, damaged or changed fragments in one’s own memory.
Traditional landscapes opted to use a single vantage point, but as visual and audible data increases, the painter’s quest for a natural utopia diminishes. The visual language merges photographs and field guides with glances of many places experienced by the traveler.
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Closing Reception: March 30th, 2017 4:30- 6 p.m.