In these artworks, I am pushing the elements of the landscape to become more abstract. My personal experience of Nature, especially the Northern Minnesota landscape, breaks down my socialized-self to one that is much more elemental: one that responds to rhythm, sound, and solidity more than the fluid nature of a social setting. I try to capture this experience here in these paintings.
As the experience of Nature is a layering of sensory input, my canvases portray the bodily perception through a progression of paint handling: washes, fields of color, impasto strokes, and glazing and scumbling.
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For Paintings: Many of the still lifes of food are painted on cradled wood panels. The landscapes and all other paintings are painted on stretcheded 10 duck canvas. I make my own stretchers and wood panels in a wood shop attached to my studio. The wood substrate is made of pine or poplar and is cross-grained to prevent warping. The canvas and panels each receive three layers of gesso before being painted. After completion, each painting receives a protective varnish. The canvases, generally, have the images wrapped around the sides. I make my own canvases and panels to assure that, if framed and displayed properly, my paintings will last for generations.