This series is of pure landscape with no discernible human activity and no human-made objects in any form.
I find that this border is critical. If there is even the smallest hint of humanity the scene becomes about man’s relation to nature. Human-made objects are easily comprehensible. We know what they mean and their function and judge the scene by the object and its relationship to the surroundings. The scene becomes a setting for a human endeavor.
With pure landscape, the interplay of natural objects is the subject.
This collection was exhibited in spring 2014 at Umbrella Arts and Metro Curates 2015, NYC.