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     Reconsidering Landscape   investigates our changing relationship with nature. These large-scale color photographs merge the natural and man-made environments to create a new landscape. Public wall paintings most often commemorate something that has passed memorializing the subject. Murals of nature do the same thing and ironically are being painted on surfaces that have been built displacing the natural world they depict. In doing so, they illustrate our distance from, yet longing for, Arcadia, the imagined rural paradise.    2006 - 2009
       
     
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Royal Country (Carry Out Only).jpg
       
     
Sunset on the Great Basin.jpg
       
     
A Transitional Land.jpg
       
     
Revealing View.jpg
       
     
New Growth.jpg
       
     
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Reconsidering Landscape investigates our changing relationship with nature. These large-scale color photographs merge the natural and man-made environments to create a new landscape. Public wall paintings most often commemorate something that has passed memorializing the subject. Murals of nature do the same thing and ironically are being painted on surfaces that have been built displacing the natural world they depict. In doing so, they illustrate our distance from, yet longing for, Arcadia, the imagined rural paradise.

2006 - 2009

Fall.jpg
       
     
installation.jpg
       
     
Shadow of Wilderness.jpg
       
     
Royal Country (Carry Out Only).jpg
       
     
Sunset on the Great Basin.jpg
       
     
A Transitional Land.jpg
       
     
Revealing View.jpg
       
     
New Growth.jpg
       
     
Last Rays of Light.jpg