I think we’ve already established that I’m enamored of images picturing women lying in a field, wading into water, curled up in a corner, or moodily attending to some undefined task. Today’s images are first and foremost, landscapes, then dotted with a single woman, man, or child, group, or crowd. The vistas range from grassy lawn to corn field and from rocky cliff to rubble. They all capture a mood; many peaceful or relaxed, at least one determined, another possible agitated, and others simply unbothered. I think the common thread here, is individuals carrying on with their lives, in outdoor settings. No more than that, than perhaps a certain aura they have, to me.
Julie Blackmon, Lost Mitten, 2010
Courtesy of Robert Klein Gallery
Cig Harvey, Flood Tide, Self-portrait, Mangrove Bay, Bermuda, 2005
Tom Chambers, Late For Dinner, 2013
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