According to the artist:
“My main interest does not lie in what is considered tangible, factual, logical, but in what escapes us; the spirit, the unknown, the feeling… These paintings deal with the forest from the inside; being in the woods, involved and surrounded by nature. I’m not so much interested in the specific space or event, but in the subjective and psychological associations it triggers. This work, if not directly referential, is nevertheless informed by nature.
The TurtleBack drawing were made in 2010 with charcoal, ebony pencil and pastel on paper.
More guided tours of art museum exhibits
Missoula Art Museum: Burned Fossils (Photo Diary)
Missoula Art Museum: United by Atrocity (photo journal)
Portland Art Museum: Isaka Shamsud-Din, Black Artist (museum tour)
Portland Art Museum: 17th century paintings (museum tour)
Glass Museum: Human Figures by Lalique (photo journal)
Glass Museum: Specere Element by Wes Valdez (photo journal)
DreamWorks: Some concept art (museum tour)
DreamWorks: Gromit in the Greenhouse (museum tour)