The ideas I work with have always been to do with landscape. From my early days as an art
student right through to the present. I have been preoccupied with how the land's surface
records human action, as a sheet of paper drawings or script.
Heaven's Chorus began as an idea called Song of the River Birds. I had this idea based on some
earlier pieces I had done which involve some kind of musical notation superimposed on a river
scene in an attempt to fuse visual marks with known pictograms. It features a sine wave of
vocal singing set into the sky of an abstracted landscape - I saw the sound-wave display at a
recording studio and the colour-coded voices and instruments were the colour of a landscape.
It all seemed to fit together in a unified way.
Acrylic on Canvas
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