What is an abstract landscape?

Abstract representative improvisation, at the intersection of an arranged eloquence and expressionism, enables one to construct dream worlds that are self-aware, and conscious of the external cumulative influences of all the myriad artistic occurrences that precede and are concurrent with our present reality. This includes the use of internal dreams, landscapes, contemporary events, mythologies, and widely disparate textures and surfaces with which to depict our world’s collective visions.

ANTECENDENTS:

JMW Turner, Sunset At Turners Cove
Paul Cezanne, Mt. Saint Victoire
Georges Braque, Houses at L’Estaque
Andre L’Hote, Riverbank
Richard Diebenkorn, Ocean Park
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