Monday, 14 April 2014


The Landscape Painter must act as the flaneur, wandering through the vast enormity that is the land trying to unpick and decipher the imagery, to begin one's greater resonance with the land. 

Once this becomes a natural element and En Situ painting becomes an intense connection with the land, one is ready to explore and experiment with the formal and material elements. 

From a beginning of observing perspective, structure and the multiple layers, from which the colours, marks made and the textures can be abstracted and distorted, allowing for a challenge of the original narrative. 

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