The Syntax of a Landscape

The theme of my latest work entitled "The Syntax of a Landscape" explores the reproduction of a reality that is not directly visible though still observable.

The horizontal and slightly linear construction yields the suggestion of a landscape, however one placed in a different context.

By means of reduction and simplfication, almost unknowingly a picture is realized in which light, space and time are united.

All of this is achieved in a subtle manner that demands the viewer's attention whilst at the same time retaining a great deal of control over the subject.

As a consequence the development of the work which took place over a period of time resulted in many new variations of a landscape without ever depicting one directly.