The Embodied Confluence
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The following report maps my work in relationship to the subject and experience of landscape and its connection to painting. It begins with my ruminations on landscape historically and the undiscussed yet problematic elements of its uses. Next I address landscape as a continuous physical and perceptual experience and alternative ways this can relate to painting. Finally, I address my own studio practice and painting process. I ask the readers' patience with regard to the difficultly of correlating inspirational/formative experiences with artistic outcomes as they are often indirect and slippery.