This series of four paintings explores the idea of horizon, reflection and landscape. Each reflection is not a mirror image. Rather, they contain subtle changes in colour and shape that offer a more impressionistic approach to the idea of reflection.
Palette knife marks give the hard edges that I wanted to create the bold images. By offsetting colour fields, the viewer gets the impression of layers of buildings and distance in a city. With each offsetting mark, each stroke must stand on its own. Every mark becomes important and each consecutive mark must relate to the next, as well as the one before it.