1 September - 1 October 2022
Most “discoveries” of places on Earth as documented in history books neglect the footfalls of prehistory. These places have already been discovered millennia ago. We seem to demand that our own perception is what matters most. If we go with that, then all mountains are undiscovered to this day, until we behold them.  
Let me then propose:  All mountains are in some way undiscovered. The moment you cast your eyes on a landscape is a witnessing of something never seen. The condition, the light, the weather, the scars, the particular maturity of growth are all specific to that moment. This observation is an exquisite privilege of our existence; the process of painting captures a view discovered. I hope to evoke this in every mark.