Large square depiction of buildings set in a sunlight wilderness. The buildings appear to be seen from different view points in a mild Cezanne and Cubist way. The painting emits references to chance, time and movement and perception, position and viewpoint.
An idealist may infer the existence of more than one landscape if viewed from different angles because you achieve more than one idea; and if not observed it does not exist. Where as phenomenalism accommodates the fact that the same landscape can appear differently depending on how it is observed..........the landscape is not identified with any particular idea or ideas.
plywood and oil paint.
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