Web Content Display (Global)
Time, Place, Memory and Space
"Spaces that we inhabit for a long period of time, experiences depicted in an image, printed on paper like footprints on the ground, produce a physical trace of something that is no longer there. Remnants of spaces and various places are laced within memories and time, which manifest a unique interpretation of landscapes based from personal connections. Historically, artists have depicted the landscape as a record of nature before and after human habitation. Artists’ focus on subtilties and dynamic features that provide the landscape it’s identifiable features. The depiction of landscape can also demonstrate an artist’s individual and personal connection to a place."