Oil on canvas, 2017, 11.5"w x 22.5"h x 1"d
It is a sight we take for granted, an explanation exhausted by all painted landscapes. Landscapes have become the vocabulary for my painted contradictions. I question this: By thoroughly explaining clouds as solid forms, almost tangible, against an elusive ground, mimicking their true nature, the depth is exaggerated. Yet, there is an interference across the horizon from a circular line. Does this circle reinforce or eliminate this depth?
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