About this artwork

The current exploration of what is best described as inscape draws upon the history of landscape genre in painting and is an attempt to rationalize the landscape in which I find myself. I use landscape in the broadest sense of the word, not excluding the landscape of the mind.
“ Nature is the biggest of the big pictures. We worship and loathe it, sanctify and destroy it… Subject of both science and art, the landscape functions as a mirror and a lens; in it we see the space we occupy and ourselves as we occupy it. And have consistently sought to connect in some level with the landscape.”
Recent works demonstrate my interest in calligraphic line and the fundamental concerns of colour, shape and pictorial rhythm in the activity of painting.
(Brian Wallis- Land and Environmental Art.)

Emergence II 2018

Painting
Acrylic, water- soluble oil and mixed media on paper
55 x 40 x 5 cm
€1,200
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About this artwork

The current exploration of what is best described as inscape draws upon the history of landscape genre in painting and is an attempt to rationalize the landscape in which I find myself. I use landscape in the broadest sense of the word, not excluding the landscape of the mind.
“ Nature is the biggest of the big pictures. We worship and loathe it, sanctify and destroy it… Subject of both science and art, the landscape functions as a mirror and a lens; in it we see the space we occupy and ourselves as we occupy it. And have consistently sought to connect in some level with the landscape.”
Recent works demonstrate my interest in calligraphic line and the fundamental concerns of colour, shape and pictorial rhythm in the activity of painting.
(Brian Wallis- Land and Environmental Art.)

Emergence II 2018

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