Sunday, May 4, 2014
A non-objective view...
a non-objective view
Landscape art can be understood as a way of composing and organizing visual space that involves the perception of relationships between images of natural form and us as viewers. Landscape art presents us with a set of concerns that involve the domain of culture as opposed to nature. We naturalize sensations about such places—wind on our cheeks, a glimpse of sky, the smell of grass and herbs, the particular architecture of a city street—in order to keep the experience fresh.
"Things hidden in my head" Copyright 2013 © Ronald D. Isom, Sr.
at May 04, 2014