Kay Knight Clarke
My paintings refer to the mystery, power and spirituality of the landscape.They speak of hope and optimism, while they also recognize man's insignificance in relation to the universe. The work is not about realistic forms but rather my response to what I see —the colors, shapes and atmosphere. My intention is to reflect nature's timeless cycle, the ephemeral sense of life, and the question of what else might be.

"Look at the sky. At first you see blue, then you see beauty and then you see infinity."
- Agnes Martin
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