David Warner

“It is a paradox of nature that while considering the world around us, we are constantly reminded of questions that transcend what we actually see. I can only wonder about the forces that create a particular place at a particular moment, and the serendipity of being there. I paint landscapes as impressions of places and the feelings we associate with that moment. They are expressions, though, of what ultimately cannot be understood in a purely narrative sense. The characteristics of my paintings are an emphasis on color and abstract patterns. The two weave around objects from the natural landscape and coalesce as shape and movement influenced by mood, light, and space.”