Lines and Tracks 1978
In the late 1970's and into the early 1980's I became interested in images of receding landscapes—deserts, plains and other open sites scarred or redefined by manmade marks or objects—dramatized by the use of odd angles and unusual environmental effects.
As in my earlier work, I sought to explore, in the treatment of paint, the tension between the natural and the artificial, the accidental and the intentional, the structured and the spontaneous.
|Sky Above Water Below|
|Olman's Yellow Stripes|
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