Japanese Seaside (View from a Train)
Piece description from the artist
The Japanese Seaside, as seen from a train. The post-impressionistic brushstrokes, wild & thick, are meant to show the fleeting motion of the perspective from the train. The only passive element to the piece is the cool blue green strip of ocean, dividing the wheat field from the sky. This piece is meant to bring to mind the idea of the rapid passage of time & our perception of it, tempered by the immovable forces of nature.