Sunday, October 12, 2014

What's the proper subject of landscape painting in the age of calamity?

My oil painting, Thaw, hangs in the Robert Ballard gallery in Little Washington, Virginia,  just down the street from the Inn. Inherent in the painting's sharply contrasting complementary colors is a kind of violence and - I hope - a clear suggestion that it's not limited to a local scene but replicated the world over.

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