After one of those what would be the point
moments ("working in a similar vein today"), I went so far as to read the Artist's Statement --
But the correspondence between that tradition and the real landscape we inhabit—much of it now destroyed—will never be the same as it was for past painters in that tradition. Through my work I hope for the effect of an elegy for nature—elegy both as a lament for a tragic loss, but also as a reaffirmation of the importance of viewing landscape as an essential human need.
My interest is (not surprisingly) photographers who'd worked in a similar vein, say... Joel Meyerowitz and particularly John Pfahl