Often in our urban lives, we seldom find ourselves in a place that allows us to reflect on our physical place within the world. We need to find that necessary gap between the manmade and the natural, a mid point where the synthetic landscape the was scaled to align with enterprises and corporations gives way to the organic landscape we were meant for. A place where we can stand, where our point view comes from within rather then from outside us. Where our intentions and purpose can be put into perspective and their full measure understood.
"Black Rock City", "Family PIcnic", detail, acrylic on canvas, 36"x36"