The vastness of the sea, the drama of the mountains, the softness of a lake landscape, the security of a valley or the density of a forest.
It is not surprising that artists of all origins have always been fascinated by the experience of landscapes. In Europe, for example, landscape painting has been an independent art since the Renaissance and in Asian cultures dates back to the 6th century. In the 1980s the concept of Land Art was invented by artists who by using elements such as stone, wood, or pigments created a subjective interpretation of nature.
This collection is the result of a search for traces of this artistic exploration of nature through the sweeping view of landscape silhouettes and its very close and personal observation.