pen and ink, 2015, 20"w x 28"h
In my drawings, the orientational hallmarks of self within an environment are disrupted. A consistent horizon line and upright point of view are subverted through the psychedelic mirroring of cropped natural scenes. The reflected landscape and its natural systems of organization result in an unplaceable landscape—one that exists nowhere and that functions visually and mentally but not physically. Like an illusionistic landscape reflected in a mirror, these are portraits of places that can never be corporeally occupied.
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