Notes on a Landscape: Everyone Relax

Posted on by Wess Foreman

It all started when, on a recent video, I was describing the early stages of my painting process as “notes on the painting itself”. As in, these basic shapes and tentative lines describe the future painting but not yet the painting itself . . . just notes jotted down for later reference. Then as I began this landscape, the phrase and the idea fused into one cohesive painting of abstracted bliss. Notes on a Landscape. It’s a play on words that makes sense to me . . . somehow. The painting is subtitled “everyone relax” because it’s one of the main phrases that stands out to me on the painting. I do intend to paint more in this new series of paintings.

Notes on a Landscape: Everyone Relax, 24x30”, SOLD