Emergent Landscapes

Ridgeline oil, acrylic, graphite, soil, plaster on wood (12″x48″) J Mason The world is constituted by continuous change: dynamic features are primary and the assemblies of static entities are the derivatives. For the artist who perceives and encounters what may look like objects and subjects (or any number of different entities) such things are alwaysContinue reading “Emergent Landscapes”

On the Geologic Art

“Geologic” conjures up references to the science of geology – the study of the origins and structures of the earth – but today artists, architects and philosophers are adding aesthetic sensations and new layers of meaning to the term. It is a development suggesting that the geologic is something we live within and is notContinue reading “On the Geologic Art”