It is now spring and perhaps the most appropriate time of year to be writing this particular document. The rapid changes make spring my favorite season. Everywhere I find the unexpected is common place and nature reveals herself in the cycle of re birth. This is how- I see my world, as one continuous cycle composed of many inter-related workings. Sex and death are only two moments in the drama of the circle of my landscape, but they are none the less of great significance. Man can not stop nature's cycles, however he can alter their content. The "Hindentrout" series is an exposure of mans custom alterations of his environment which began with the first tools and will continue indefinitely.
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Painting--Themes, motives; Painting--Technique; Fishing in art; Trout in art
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School of Art (CIAS)
Gross, Bernard, "Sex, death, and the landscape" (1992). Thesis. Rochester Institute of Technology. Accessed from
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