"The vast majority of my work is inspired by agriculture and my personal experiences within an agrarian landscape. My works are an exploration of
physical space and materials through the themes of void, identity and impermanence. They are products of profound appreciation for this type of landscape.
The physical and atmospheric qualities of agrarian landscapes are the primary and emotive drives behind my work. Every little detail is crucial to me within
these experiences, from the dew on vegetation to the lack of moisture in the soil and the aging of fences and machinery. I perceive my abstracted works as
fusions of details.
When confronted with my work, I hope to bring the viewer back to a specific time or moment of their life that they choose. I do not wish to recreate the landscape that brought me the initial experience and emotions. The land is but one form of expression of these experiences".
Artist Website – www.danpigeon28.com