posted on Jun, 4 2013 @ 10:30 AM
reply to post by natalia
I'm an art historian and around these parts i guess i concern myself a lot more with the historical and religious aspects, and neglect the art, but i
like the pastel landscapes as they were an exercise in understanding patterns within nature, seamless flow between land water and air, they were fun
to do a few years ago.
They break the golden rule of landscape in that there is no human involvement within the landscape, pictorial interest, but i thought they gave
insight into Divine Creativity, and actually represent the local landscape i grew up in better than anything else i'd seen, in terms of feel.
So it was more about the spirit of the land i guess.