What is a landscape, other than scarified lines and mutable elements?
What if the sea is nothing but texture, like rough concrete? A place that your eye feels a dryness as it moves across the page.
What if the land is nothing but scarifications, fractures and abrasions? The land itself has become un-land, and is nothing but difficult textures and rough edges?
Abrasive places have beauty as much as any traditional landscape. What one may define as ‘quarry’ in an attempt to convey a sense of ugliness and deem a place as un-beautiful, lacks the comprehension that landscapes, even difficult ones, are beautiful.