Simon Dent – In The Woods

There is a rich and ancient visual language of landscape that can give personal meaning to natural scenes which allows us to look beyond that sociological relationship with woodland space and allows us to explore a more psychological aspect. This language draws on the romantic European landscape tradition, but also traditional Chinese and Japanese shan-shui landscape painting where the symbolism of the natural elements leads to the building of narratives, in which the imaginary traveller encounters streams, rivers, bridges, reflections and obstacles that represent the challenges encountered on the journey through life.

Kazuo Haraya - Aichi, Japan

November 15, 2020

Steve Harvey - Antelope Valley, Mojave Desert, California. USA

November 15, 2020

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