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Landscape Paintings by Nathan Abels

  • Posted by SHFT on October 11, 2011 in Art
  • Denver artist Nathan Abels creates majestically muted landscape works that combine manmade and natural elements. Existing somewhere between the real and the imagined, the paintings depict what Abels calls "visual pauses," or snapshots of some unknown event or narrative. 

    "Our contemporary environment is quite turbulent, often over-stimulating us to the point of being dulled to the underlying reality of each moment and every place," writes Abels of his work. "The 'visual pauses' I create are a response to our routine lack of mindfulness, providing the viewer with opportunities to regain focus and to intuit the unfathomable in the worldly."





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