My abstracted landcape paintings are not necessarily grounded in the reality of a place, but are often imagined, with an occasional, tenuous link to a real place or memory. They are meditative atmospheric spaces, almost inner landscapes, which are emotional responses to memory or my feelings about a place I may have been to, dreamed of, or imagined. Half remembered, half forgotten. I'm attempting to draw you in to my abstracted space, to immerse you visually, so you may decide what you see and what that means to you. You may feel mists or stillness, changing weather, showers, breezes. Hopefully you may have an emotional response. There is often water, and always light.