Quotation

" Owing as much to Minimalism as to Aestheticism, landscape painting, like the portrait, requires a method of repeated circulation around the subject; to be studied from different vantages, seasons, perspectives until it has been properly examined, the evidence of which is an artistic result which satisfies the sensation that something beautiful and yearned for has been approached, and through notation of it, temporality and abstraction have overcome mere nostalgia. "
Paul P.