“After great pain, a formal feeling comes—“
— Emily Dickinson
Against the backdrop of climate change and ecological shift, we find the horizon—a formal place of distance and reflection. These paintings are a response to vanishing landscapes. They are also a meditation on horizons: What lies beneath the surface of what we know? Like many of us, I have been reflecting and wondering about the world and its unending propensity for change. My intention with this work is to offer a pause where we might feel, not just the pathos, but also the mystery that accompanies all loss and transformation.