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Manmade Landscape

This work develops my ongoing interest in representation of the ugly & banal as beautiful imagery, and highlighting that in the world which is generally ‘seen’ but never ‘noticed’.

Traditional shape and line associated with landscape is used to make the visual metaphor and to challenge perceptions of aesthetics and of subject matter worthy of ‘art’.

Shape, line, light, texture and form are the subject and indeed the reason. Content is almost irrelevant, in fact the more non-descript the better and the more relevant the challenge to the notion of asethetics.